- n. Plural form of decedent.
“Expert testimony at the trial showed that if Ford had put steel reinforcement in the roof as it later did in the 1980 and later-model Broncos to maintain “adequate survival space” and to keep the plastic section of the roof from breaking off, the three seat-belted decedents would have “walked away” from this accident.”
“All were presumed lost. â€ â€œDo you think anybody could still be alive? â€ â€œTheir decedents, perhaps.”
“In court papers, Ms. Brennan and other city attorneys argued that the medical examiner's "longstanding practice" of disclosing cause of death has been "applied equally to all decedents whether public figures or otherwise, is supported by public policy and reflects the independence of the OCME Office of Chief Medical Examiner from other city agencies.”
“It matters very much to both individuals, their communities, their decedents, and the nation they hail from whether they are from a nation of computer chip makers or potato chip makers.”
“In the matrix, Sunni schools endorse whoever the Muslim community chooses to lead it as legitimate ruler, while Shiite Islam assigns religious and political leadership to the decedents of the Prophet as infallible Imams, on behalf of which the Shiite scholars act as agents.”
“All the decedents had one or more several health conditions that were unrelated to imported drywall.”
“Zombies Thinking about decedents estates. [law:/dev/null]”
“The flowers served many roles in that they told us about each of the decedents, true, but even more about Clara herself.”
“With all decedents, we study everything we can find out about the person's background, and we consider everything we learn," he said.”
“Former prime minister Alassane Ouattara was previously disqualified as a candidate because of questions about his nationality in a part of the country where many people are decedents of migrant workers from Mali and Burkina Faso.”
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