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Post Mortem

A slang term for a meeting or series of meetings in which participants attempt to discover what went wrong with a failed project. For example, if a marketing campaign does not increase sales of a product, the company may conduct a post mortem to determine why it did not.
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These cases do not inspire confidence and should worry anyone depending on a post-mortem in Cyprus to establish the cause of death of a loved one, criminal case or not.
uk They should also discuss the case with their vet to check whether a post-mortem is advised, and to exclude the risk of any notifiable disease.
Others operate much smaller mortuaries which may not be public and do not conduct post-mortems.
However, DPO Mardan Mian Saeed earlier in the day negated the claims and said that the girl was strangled to death, and said the post-mortem report does not point towards rape.
Dr Patel carried out the post-mortem examination on Mr Tomlinson and concluded that he died from a heart attack, but questions were raised when an American tourist came forward with a video recording of him being shoved by the officer.
A post-mortem examination is expected to be carried out on the second victim tomorrow.
It is only right that we do not make any announcement until we have received and thoroughly reviewed the results from the post-mortem and other analysis.
But a month later, following a second post-mortem by another pathologist, he altered the cause of death to a brain haemorrhage.
A POST-MORTEM has shown that a death police were treating as unexplained is not suspicious.
Gardai said their investigation is likely to be upgraded to a murder probe once the results of the post-mortem examination have been revealed.
LAWYERS acting for the two women accused of attempting to fly a dead German relative back to Berlin from Liverpool's John Lennon airport are to ask for a second post-mortem.
A judge agreed yesterday that his body could be returned home to Ireland after a post-mortem examination found the singer suffered a pulmonary oedema, an accumulation of fluid on the lungs.