electrocution


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electrocution

noun capital punishment, condemmation by death, conviction of death sentence, death penalty, death sentence, death warrant, execution, first deeree murder with death sentence, give the chair, judgment of death, put to death, ultimate sentence
Associated concepts: death by legal injection, gas chamber
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This is not the first incident of a bathroom phone electrocution.
The district court had directed the Model Colony SHO to register an FIR against the K-E management and CEO for their negligence as the child had allegedly died of electrocution during the monsoon rains in Karachi.
A senior Garda source said yesterday the man was taken from the scene by paramedics to University Hospital Limerick for injuries sustained in a suspected electrocution incident.
Older power pole designs were not wide enough to account for the wingspans of large birds, so the retrofit covers energized parts of the power line to reduce the risk of electrocution.
Muscat: An Indian electrician has died from electrocution in Sinaw, an official from the company where the victim was working said.
Key words: buteo, electrocution, perch deterrent, raptor, rehabilitation, supplemental perch
The Forensic Medicine Authority has confirmed the presence of electrocution torture marks on the body of Ismail Abdel-Hamid, the victim.
Experts meanwhile, warned that electrical equipment in the bathroom can cause electrical shocks and even electrocution.
Objectives: This study was carried out with the aim to find out the pattern and seasonal variations, and to discuss the medicolegal aspects of fatal electrocution.
Five others were killed in separate incidental electrocution cases in Faisalabad, Mianwali, Samandari and Daska.
issued an advisory opinion stating that electrocution is constitutionally defensible as an execution method earlier this year.
He identified the three as Enex Deinla from Masbate, and Jimmy Cabilan, both died from electrocution.