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He explained: "Her leg is decomposing due to her use of needles.
He points out that in the forest, there are well decomposed leaves and there are just decomposing leaves.
It is able to separate the cyanogen compounds as cyanogen gas by decomposing the sludge at a lower temperature than the decompose temperature in the conventional method.
Summary: Authorities located Monday the head of a decapitated body that was found decomposing in a north Lebanon forest over the weekend, the National News Agency reported.
There are different genera of decomposing bacteria which some of them are Nocardia, Pseudomonas, Coryneform, Alcaligenes, Arthrobacter, Bacillus, Flauobacterium, Acinetobacter and Achromobacter.
Similar methods for decomposing corpses have been developed elsewhere, but they decompose corpses at much higher temperatures.
Two widely used observed-score linear equating methods, the Tucker and the Levine observed-score methods, have different statistical assumptions when decomposing the score difference.
We believe the person had hanged himself a few days ago; the body was almost decomposing on the rope," an offcial said.
The Captive Animals' Protection Society allegedly filmed "shocking" undercover footage of a wallaby, meerkat, and llama all decomposing near a children's play area.
Rapidly decomposing cultivars are less likely to impede no-till seeding in higher rainfall areas where more straw is produced.
Plastic decomposing in water released potentially toxic bisphenol A (BPA) and another substance known as PS oligomer.
MADINAH: The decomposing body of a young girl was discovered on a dirt road in the Al-Ougoul area, east of Madinah.