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Sharon drags Ben away from Phil after he tries to suffocate him
He admitted "attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle" his wife on September 23 last year.
When a person sleeps in a car they won't be aware as to how long it might take for them to wake up and could potentially lose consciousness and suffocate.
Material goods are offered with such insistence as to often suffocate any desire for religious and moral values.
Plus, the ingredients that make up soda would suffocate a goldfish.
hamburger chain store Burger King said Monday it will recall the plastic toys featuring characters from the popular Japanese cartoon "Pokemon" distributed with its children's meals as they could suffocate infants under 3 years old.
If the baby drools, causing matting of the sheepskin, and can't raise her head, she can suffocate.
During the confrontations, Israeli soldiers fired tear gas canisters and stun grenades toward the Palestinians causing many of them to suffocate , the Palestinian official added.
A MAN was jailed yesterday after force-feeding his girlfriend so many nuts she feared she would suffocate and die.
London, Dec 21 (ANI): Actor Daniel Craig actually lost consciousness while pretending to suffocate during a scene for his latest flick 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' as the cameras rolled.
A husband strangled his wife to death and tried to suffocate their two-year-old son because she was having an affair, a court heard today.
Home Office pathologist Dr Brian Rodgers told the inquest, 'It doesn't take much to suffocate a baby and obstruct the airway.