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  • n. Plural form of electrocution.


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  • The "electrocutions" were faked and the victims were actors, but the participants believed that it was all real, having been told that it was an experiment in whether punishment would make people better at answering the questions.

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  • Officials say at least 36 deaths from electrocutions have been reported, with people unplugging refrigerators, charging their mobile phones, connecting water pumps or performing other tasks in places where waters have inundated power sources.

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  • The vast majority of the 437 deaths reported have been caused by drowning or electrocutions.

    Thai Flooding Causes Threat of Disease

  • Until now, the biggest health concerns for authorities have been keeping children from drowning and preventing electrocutions, which have increased as the waters move deeper into densely populated areas.

    Thai Flooding Causes Threat of Disease

  • The one I really didn't like the most though was the electrocutions, with car batteries.

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  • Now it's Bangkok's turn, and the problem in Thailand could be much more severe because of the flood's agonizingly slow movement south towards the Gulf of Thailand, worsening the risk of infections such as dengue fever, diarrhea or leptospirosis, a condition caused by contact with rat urine, not to mention drowning and electrocutions.

    Floodwater Leaves Bangkok Awash in Trash

  • The next day, there was the very real threat of mass electrocutions after rainstorms had shown their non-romantic side by drenching the grounds.

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  • Some of you might remember incidents of faulty electrical work causing electrocutions in the showers on bases in Iraq.

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  • For 25 years, Rideau reported on events that were taking place within Angola's walls -- covering topics such as the mishandling of AIDS funds for prisoners, the brutality of electrocutions and the pervasive sexual violence inside the prison.

    Mikhail Lyubansky: Ladies and Gentlemen: The U.S. (in)Justice System

  • Seems commonsensical enough but one of the most common scenarios for electrocutions involves folks getting electrocuted while attempting to repair an appliance.

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