In most cases, more newspaper moths survived
the predator's attack.
Civil War veterans who had been wounded exhibited a high rate of psychological problems but relatively little physical disease, perhaps because only particularly hardy individuals survived
battlefield injuries, Silver suggests.
No pews survived
, but this 19th-century glass window did," said Rev.
2) Martin Twersky, 85, of West Hills, survived
a Holocaust death ride through Europe that killed more than 6,000.
Bukiet is survived
by his wife of 52 years, the former Rose Small, daughter Cheri, and six grandchildren.
Davies ghost-wrote Glenn Hoddle's controversial diary about the 1998 World Cup, but when Hoddle went, Davies survived
He states that if it were not for the Indians, the Pilgrims would not have survived
In the ruling, the decedent was the second to die, as he survived
his spouse (decedent's spouse).
24) While infant mortality was higher for children who lost at least one parent before their first birthday compared to those whose parents survived
, parental deprivation did not seem to affect children above the age of one.
This documentation, coupled with the testimony of Nairn and other foreign journalists who survived
the massacre, contributed to the growth of today's worldwide solidarity movement.
In her recent book Exit Into History, Eva Hoffman describes the rickety socialist city centers as mere "foreground" against the deeper and older rural background of Poland -- a background that has survived
changing political landscapes.
There's nagging guilt because you survived
and others didn't.