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“verbis crudelibus, _ad mortem ad mortem_, inhumaniter pluries repetitis.”
“The post mortem is probably less entertaining than the original debate I was fortunate to miss due to a ‘mental’ on my patch this afternoon.”
“After all she had been through I did not have the heart to order any kind of post mortem from the local vet school.”
“A post mortem is expected to be held in the next few days.”
“Link, and a post-mortem is coming soon on why the code triggered a false positive.”
“P.S. I think anyone would be a fool to feel certain about calling this race based on the data you have to work with, but my post-mortem is Coakley loses is that she lost in a state where Obama has a 58% approval rating and that she must have fucked up something awful.”
“By changing the legal landscape without fanfare in this way, regulation 233/10 operated as a trap for those who relied on their ordinary legal rights," wrote Marin in his exhaustive post-mortem, which is illustrated with 42 colour photos.”
“Since people like talking about these debates the day after (and I want to hear what you think as well), then I'll go ahead and give another post-mortem to a debate that was definitely "mortem" in the "fun" department.”
“An Avon and Somerset police spokesman said: "We are satisfied the body is Joanna Yeates, but this is pending the results of a post mortem which is not expected for at least 24 hours due to the nature of how she was found in such extreme conditions.”
“In a move aimed at her domestic audience, Mrs. Kirchner announced the official declassification of the Rattenbach Report, a 1983 post mortem of the conflict by a special military commission.”
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