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livid

adjective angry, disgusted, enraged, frantic, frenzied, fuming, furious, hostile, inflamed, infuriated, ireful, offended, offensive, outraged, raging, storming, tumultuous, turbulent
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Jason says Lividity features Caitiff Choir-like riffs with a rawer atmosphere.
Lividity grounded in lived experiences of unjust treatment was granted official recognition--Paying the Price included numerous excerpts from submissions provided by victims of racial profiling--thereby buttressing the public image of the OHRC as a firm ally, and even a protector, of groups whose membership in Canadian society is perhaps more nominal than substantive.
Typically, lividity is most evident in the head or neck because the body normally assumes a position of head down, buttocks up, and extremities dangling downward.
In a homicide case in which a pathologist relies on postmortem lividity to establish time of death, the jury needs to view the true color displayed by the lower regions of the cadaver.
Watching CSI has not only introduced me to new and interesting words (amylase, calvarium, epithelial, halothane, lividity, spalling--for definitions, see the CSI website at www.