death

Rich Romans had to do little work and could expect to live to 50 or 60, whereas poorer people rarely lived beyond 50. See enties for cremation and funeral rites.

death

  1. the event of dying or departure from life
  2. the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism
  3. the end of life; continuing until dead
  4. the absence of life or state of being dead
  5. the time when something ends
  6. the act of killing
  7. a final state

Death

Death can occur both to the player and other mobs. Mobs will drop items, and so will the player if they were carrying any. Death occurs when the health of the mob reaches 0. The items dropped will disappear over a period of time.
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Death

Death is the termination of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Phenomena which commonly bring about death include biological aging (senescence), predation, malnutrition, disease, suicide, homicide and accidents or trauma resulting in terminal injury. Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death. Death has...
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death

(deth) the cessation of life; permanent cessation of all vital bodily functions. For legal and medical purposes, the following definition of death has been proposed—the irreversible cessation of all of the following: (1) total brain function, (2) spontaneous breathing and other functions of the respiratory s...
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death

[n] - the time when something ends 2. [n] - the time at which life ends 3. [n] - the absence of life or state of being dead 4. [n] - the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism 5. [n] - the personification of death 6. [n] - the event of dying or departure from life 7. [n] - the act of...
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Death

• (v. i.) Cause of loss of life. • (v. i.) Danger of death. • (v. i.) Murder; murderous character. • (v. i.) Manner of dying; act or state of passing from life. • (v. i.) Total privation or loss; extinction; cessation; as, the death of memory. • (v. i.) Anything so dreadful as to be like death. • (v. i.) Personifi...
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death

decease noun the event of dying or departure from life; `her death came as a terrible shock`; `upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren`
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Death

[book] Death - Chuck Schuldiner`s lyrics is a book about the American death metal musical group Death. == Overview == Published in Iran in 2000, written and translated by a classically trained musician named Mahyar Dean who later formed the power metal/ progressive act Angband. The book includes English lyrics with Persian translations, int...
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Death

[cigarette] ==Description and history== Entrepreneur BJ Cunningham invested his life savings to create and market an additive-free smoking product called Death. He founded the Enlightened Tobacco Company in 1991. Its product disclosed its hazardous nature by prominently displaying skull and crossbones on its outer package and came in two va...
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Death

[Discworld] ==Works== Death has appeared in every Discworld novel, with the exception of The Wee Free Men and Snuff, and had a possible cameo at the end of Johnny and the Dead (the character was not identified, but spoke in unquoted small caps). The Discworld books with Death as a leading character, starting with Mort in 1987, are: ==Charac...
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Death

[personification] The concept of Death as a sentient entity has existed in many societies since the beginning of recorded history. In English, Death is often given the name `the Grim Reaper` and, from the 15th century onwards, came to be shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe and clothed in a black cloak with a hood. In Jewish t...
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Death

[play] Death is a play by Woody Allen. It was first published in 1975, along with God, and other short stories in Woody Allen`s book Without Feathers. It is a comedic version of Eugène Ionesco`s 1959 play The Killer. His 1992 film Shadows and Fog was based on this play. ...
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Death

[Tarot card] Death (XIII) is the thirteenth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in Tarot, tarock and tarocchi games as well as in divination. The Death card usually depicts a skeleton, sometimes riding a horse but more often wielding a sickle. Surrounding it are dead and dying people from all classes, incl...
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Death

Death (dĕth) noun [ Middle English deth , deað , Anglo-Saxon deáð ; akin to Old Saxon dōð , Dutch dood , German tod , Icelandic dauði , Swedish & Danish död , Goth. dauþus ; from a verb meaning to die ....
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death

1. The cessation of all vital phenomena without capability of resuscitation, either in animals or plants. ... Local death is going on at times and in all parts of the living body, in which individual cells and elements are being cast off and replaced by new; a process essential to life. General death is of two kinds; death of the body as a whole (s...
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death

Cessation of all life functions, so that the molecules and structures associated with living things become disorganized and indistinguishable from similar molecules found in nonliving things. In medicine, a person is pronounced dead when the brain ceases to control the vital functions, even if breathing and heartbeat are maintained artificially. Me...
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death

death 1. The end of life; the total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions of an organism. 2. The state of being dead. 3. The destruction or extinction of something. Quotations Did you hear about the despondent cockroach who committed insecticide? —S. Friedman A s...
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Death

Death is that state of a being, animal or vegetable, but more particularly of an animal, in which there is a total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions, when the organs have not only ceased to act, but have lost the susceptibility of renewed action. Death takes place either from the natural decay of the organism, as in old age, or fro...
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death

death, cessation of all life (metabolic) processes. Death may involve the organism as a whole (somatic death) or may be confined to cells and tissues within the organism. Causes of death in human beings include injury, acute or chronic disease, and neoplasia (cancer). The physiological death of cell...
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Death

Death: 1. The end of life. The cessation of life. (These common definitions of death ultimately depend upon the definition of life, upon which there is no consensus.) 2. The permanent cessation of all vital bodily functions. (This definition depends upon the definition of 'vital bodily functions.') See: Vital bodily functions. 3. The common law sta...
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Death

From an outside and uninformed view, this applies to any style of metal that features low growling, fast tempos and down-tuned guitars. Though metalheads may try to refute this, the truth is that it is not much more than that. Spawned mostly from Slayer
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Death

Generally understood to be the extinction of an organism's life. Many doctrines assert some form of mental or spiritual survival of physical death. See also deathbed experience, haunting, mediumship, near-death experience, reincarnation.
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Death

Generally understood to be the extinction of an organism's life. Many doctrines assert some form of mental or spiritual survival of physical death. See also deathbed experience, haunting, mediumship, near-death experience, reincarnation.
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Death

Meaning as a surname: One who played the part in plays or pageants.
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