succumb to death

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But just in case the policyholder does succumb to death or illness early, the life insurance company stands ready to support the policyholder and his loved ones.
It is also estimated that about 65% of people who die from asthma, succumb to death before they are able to reach health facilities.
Arrangements for blood tests are not up to the mark and during transfusion, some patients succumb to death. This is sheer killing.
"Nobody can explain how the child may feel, but I'm sure there is a lot of suffering before they fall into a coma, or before they succumb to death," she added, her breathing getting faster.
Refusing to succumb to death, Glass undertakes a 200-mile odyssey through the vast and untamed West, on the trail of the man who betrayed him, John Fitzgerald, played by Tom T Hardy.
A large number of dog-bite cases are reported monthly of which many have to succumb to death because of developing rabies.
get infected by antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains (also termed as superbugs) and around 23,000 of them succumb to death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Every year about half a million people succumb to death owing to chronic pain.
It is estimated that for every 100,000 live births in the country, about 9.85 of the delivering mothers may succumb to death during childbirth or within 42 days after -- a figure which is far lower than those in countries such as the US and the UK, with MMRs of 24 and 12,
Lahane said that the victims of the burn initially appeared healthy but they suffer from internal injury and later they succumb to death.
Observing this grim situation, he asks, Sultan Bahu, great sufi poet, that why people succumb to death due to hunger in this age of information and technology.
The tower is due to be submerged as global warming pushes the Thames upwards while Hadrian's Wall will succumb to death by a million hiking boots.