Did you possibly mean drowning?
- n. Plural form of drowning.
“Lomborg also told me that he "did not ignore the drowning of polar bears," but says the drownings were the result of a storm.”
“Surf lifesaving manager Dean Storey says the drownings are a tragic reminder for people to take responsibility for their own safety.”
“A few species of French wolf spiders have been found to survive underwater "drownings," reviving after several hours in "comas.”
“What's more, close investigations have revealed that the "drownings" rarely seem authentic from the clues left behind.”
“What do the tales of Abdelrahman Salahadin's several different slaveries and "drownings" mean or evoke?”
“Chief Minister Omar Abdullah himself had to back down after initially making comments about the deaths being 'drownings' when he was pounced on by the opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP).”
“He said the guidelines could note the cases where breaths should still be given, like near-drownings and drug overdoses, when breathing problems likely led to the cardiac arrest.”
“Of the 220 non natural deaths per year, approximately 50 are homicides, the balance being auto accidents, drownings, suicides, etc. per the US Department of State.”
“Severe cases have been linked with suicide and with deaths in children including several high-profile drownings.”
“After a few ripples, a long-sought law designed to prevent drownings from pool-drain suction went into effect in 2008.”
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