Postmortem

[novel] Postmortem is a crime fiction novel by author Patricia Cornwell. The first book of the Dr. Kay Scarpetta series, it received the 1991 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. ==Plot summary== The novel opens as Dr. Kay Scarpetta, Chief Medical Examiner for the state of Virginia, receives an early-morning call from Sergeant Pete Marino, a h
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Postmortem

[band] ==Band history== Postmortem was founded in 1991. After numerous live appearances (including complete tours with Crematory and Atrocity) and two demos, the band signed its first record deal, with Husky Records, and recorded Screams Of Blackness, which sold out{citation needed|date=November 2008} and was re-released in 1998. After that
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Postmortem

[1998 film] Postmortem (released as Obit in the United Kingdom) is a 1998 film directed by Albert Pyun and starring Charlie Sheen (credited as Charles Sheen). ==Plot== James McGregor receives a fax of a stranger`s obituary. The next day, he is arrested and charged with the stranger`s murder. ...
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postmortem

[adj] - after death or after an event 2. [adj] - occurring or done after death 3. [n] - discussion of an event after it has occurred
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Postmortem

After death. (Postmortem examination or autopsy)
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postmortem

1. After death; as, postmortem rigidity. Pertaining to or occurring during the period after death. ... 2. Colloquialism for autopsy. Postmortem examination, an examination of the body made after the death of the patient; an autopsy. ... Origin: post-+ L. Acc. Case of mors (mort-), death ... (21 Jun 2000) ...
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postmortem

postmortal adjective occurring or done after death; `postmortem changes`; `a postmortem examination to determine cause of death`; `postmortal wounds`
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postmortem

adjective after death or after an event; `a postmortem examination to determine the cause of death`; `the postmortem discussion of the President`s TV address`
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postmortem

post-mortem noun discussion of an event after it has occurred
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postmortem

(pōst-morĀ“tәm) performed or occurring after death.
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postmortem

postmortem, post mortem 1. Taking place, formed, or done after death; extended to include a detailed examination of a body, carried out for medical or legal purposes. 2. A searching (and frequently recriminatory) analysis or discussion of a some past event. 3. The evaluation of some event or activity just ended.
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postmortem

  1. discussion of an event after it has occurred
  2. an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease

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postmortem

(PM) Type: Term Pronunciation: pōst-mōr′tĕm Definitions: 1. Pertaining to or occurring during the period after death. 2. Postmortem examination.
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postmortem

After death. Often used to describe an autopsy.
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Postmortem

[comics] Postmortem is a fictional cyborg supervillain in the Marvel Universe. He was an ally of Dracula, and an enemy of Blade. He first appeared in Blade the Vampire Hunter #9 (March 1995). ==Fictional character biography== Postmortem was a scientist who for decades had maintained a secret laboratory in the 13th floor of the Chrysler Buil
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Postmortem

Pertaining to or occurring after death.
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