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n. the action of a court, clerk, or commissioner in scheduling a trial or hearing. (See: set)

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[1] In Africa, complications related to umbilical hernia, such as strangulation, are frequent.
The retailer said the costumes do not carry appropriate hazard warning and are not suitable children under 36 months because an attached cord on the wings presents a strangulation Asda advised those who bought the costume take it to their nearest store for a full refund.
He added that it would also be impossible for Durolfo to die due to manual strangulation since no one in their group had hurt her that night.
Mums are being warned three children have already been hurt while wearing the capes which pose a "risk of strangulation and neck injuries".
Out of the 2175 postmortem examination the maximum of 766 were due to poisoning followed by 615 were due to Burns, and 497 were due to road traffic accidents and 101 due to homicide and 75 due to hanging and 37 due to drowning and 6 deaths due to strangulation, and 9 cases due to fatal pressure over the neck, 2 due to smothering and 1 due to Throttling, 1 due to gagging and rest of the deaths due to other causes.
An inquest heard she died from drowning and "ligature strangulation", but they also found head and facial injuries.
He said he had come to the conclusion that Mrs Sidhu had died probably from manual strangulation by a "third party".
In 2008, CDC reported 82 deaths attributed to the choking game and other strangulation activities during the period 1995-2007; most victims were adolescent males aged 11-16 years (4).
If one reads the opinion 'Deficit declines' (Aug 22), one will observe that the reason of contraction in current account deficit is ascribed to luck, exogenous factors and the strangulation of economy largely whereas the same PTI government is explained as the force behind NAB's rampage in 'Restraining NAB'.
Mr David Njoroge Maina said claims that Ms Mwihaki died after complaining of stomach ache as claimed by four suspects who are already in custody contradicted the post-mortem report."We want to understand why the story changed from stomach complications to strangulation and how a doctor from a private health facility even produced a car and volunteered to take her to Murang'a General Hospital.
Jonathan Arden, president of America's National Association of Medical Examiners, said a broken hyoid bone was more common in strangulation murders than suicide hangings.
'The post mortem at Kuala Lumpur Hospital found signs of strangulation with bruises on the body,' he said in a statement last night.