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  • Pfizer's vaccine, Prevenar or Prevnar, prevents illnesses causedby pneumococcal bacteria; Sanofi's ActHIB prevents infection with the Haemophilus influenza.

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  • Although rare, flight problems causedby volcanic ash are not unheard of.

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  • Jurors said they agreed with the contention of the guards 'attorneys that the men were employing widely accepted boot camp tactics and that the death was causedby the sickle cell trait.

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  • A spiral fracture is a type of bone fracture that is causedby a twisting force.

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  • Ford says the recall follows 222 reports of engine fires causedby a failure of couplings used to connect fuel lines, which caused eight injuries.

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  • The coroner announced Thursday that the death of the Johnson&Johnson heiress was causedby diabetic ketoacidosis (kee-toh-as-i-DOH'-sis) - a life-threatening condition caused by lack of insulin and sky-high blood sugar.

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  • Proceed with caution, and although itis highly unlikely that accidents will happen because offollowing advice or procedures described in this document, theauthor (s) take no responsibility for damage claimed to be causedby doing so.

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  • The Speaker rose; Cameron thought he’d get into trouble for saying “you”; but, no, Martin wanted to silence the House – mindful of the reputational damagebeing causedby themembers’ unruly behaviour.

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