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Gun

An ancient Sumerian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 30 kilograms.
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Denis Thwaites, 70, a former Birmingham City football player, died from a gunshot wound to the chest, while his wife Elaine, 69, was killed by gunshot wounds to the chest and pelvis.
However, craniocerebral gunshot injuries in children can have sequelae.
The gunshot wound patients most affected by immobilization were those with low blood pressure.
In September 2001, 17-year-old Private Geoff Gray, from Seaham, Co Durham, was found with two gunshot wounds to his head.
He was taken to the Mayday hospital, Croydon, suffering from gunshot wounds where he died from his injuries.
This patented technology is complementary to PSI's own patented and fielded SECURES(R) Gunshot Detection System which performs the sound detection and localization functions within 3 seconds of a gunshot.
A retrospective study was conducted to identify the epidemiologic factors associated with gunshot injuries in raptors presented to the Wildlife Center of Virginia from 1993-2002.
1) The Review Committee therefore offered a number of recommendations, including Recommendation 33: "The Government of Alberta should consider introducing separate stand-alone legislation requiring mandatory reporting by custodians to police services of gunshot wounds, stabbings and severe beatings" (the "Recommendation").
There was a fresh, close gunshot wound to the right temple, which contributed to the victim's cause of death.
When a woman Verity questions turns up dead of a gunshot wound in her pickup, the plot thickens and tongues wag:
Police notified area hospitals to be on the lookout for a gunshot victim, and that night Lavan Jackson Jr.
After the area was secured, a SWAT team entered the apartment to find the 29-year-old suspect, who had prior mental disorders, dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.