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Detroit – Suspect Trailer – Annapurna Pictures – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer – Entertainment One – Director Kathryn Bigelow – Writer Mark Boal – Detroit – Algiers Motel – Riot – LA Riots - Anthony Mackie – John Boyega - Laz Alonso – Algee Smith - Will Poulter – Jason Mitchell – John Krasinski - Jacob Latimore – Hannah Murray – Kaitlyn Dever – Jack Reynor – Ben O’Toole – The Dramatics – Motown – The Fox Theater A police raid in Detroit in 1967 results in a multi-day riot. The story is centered on the Algiers Motel incident, which occurred in Detroit, Michigan on July 25, 1967, during the racially charged 12th Street Riot. It involves the death of three black men and the beatings of nine other people: seven black men and two white women.
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Detroit – Then And Now Featurette – Annapurna Pictures – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer – Entertainment One – Director Kathryn Bigelow – Writer Mark Boal – Detroit – Algiers Motel – Riot – LA Riots - Anthony Mackie – John Boyega - Laz Alonso – Algee Smith - Will Poulter – Jason Mitchell – John Krasinski - Jacob Latimore – Hannah Murray – Kaitlyn Dever – Jack Reynor – Ben O’Toole – The Dramatics – Motown – The Fox Theater A police raid in Detroit in 1967 results in a multi-day riot. The story is centered on the Algiers Motel incident, which occurred in Detroit, Michigan on July 25, 1967, during the racially charged 12th Street Riot. It involves the death of three black men and the beatings of nine other people: seven black men and two white women.
8 Aug 2017
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After the sudden death of their parents, Haruka and his twin sister Sora move to the house formerly inhabited by their late grandfather, in a small village they often visited as children. There, Haruka encounters several of the residents, some of whom are old friends, but Sora stays at home, refusing to go to school even as Haruka starts attending. Realizing that Haruka is growing more and more distant and slipping from her grasp, Sora goes to Haruka's room at night and appeals to Haruka as she removes her clothes... Please Like| Share and Subscribe for more such videos.
9 Aug 2017
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We have the opportunity to get original series Teen Titans back in prime time by watching it in the death time slot of 6AM to 7AM Monday through Friday. We've been given the golden opportunity, and it's up to all of us to spread the word #teentitans #saveteentitans #bringbackteentitans #pokematic #ratings #cartoonnetwork #teentitansgo #originalteentitans
12 Aug 2017
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Synopsis: Confined over the past 4 years in an asylum, Nica Pierce (Fiona Dourif) ends up being convinced that she and not Chucky, killed her entire family. However, when her psychiatrist decides to introduce a "Good Guy" doll into her therapy, a chain of creepy deaths begins to panic in the madhouse, and Nica begins to doubt if Chucky really exists after all.
13 Aug 2017
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Lead is a toxic metal that occurs naturally in the Earth’s crust, but its use in activities such as mining, smelting and the burning of fossil fuels has contaminated the environment, leading to human exposure and public health problems in various parts of the world. Lead is also a key component in paint, pigments, gasoline, ammunition, batteries, stained glass, solder, roofing materials and some cosmetics and medicines. Lead poisoning refers to when lead accumulates in the body and causes severe health problems. The accumulating lead is distributed to and stored in the brain, kidneys, liver, bones and teeth. Even very small amounts can lead to problems and at very high amounts, it can cause death. Lead exposure is determined by measuring the amount of lead in the blood and no known level of lead exposure is regarded as safe. Children under 6 years of age are particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of lead poisoning, which causes profound and permanent problems, particularly ones that affect brain development and the nervous system. Children of this age are particularly vulnerable to lead poisoning because they absorb up to five times more lead when exposed than adults do. Hand-to-mouth behaviors among this age group also increase the risk of objects containing or coated in lead being swallowed. In adults, lead poisoning can also lead to long-term health issues, including hypertension and kidney damage. During pregnancy, lead is released from bone into the blood, which is a source of exposure to the fetus. Pregnant woman who are exposed to high lead levels are at an increased risk of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. Lead poisoning occurs when lead is ingested. Breathing in dust that contains lead can also cause it. You cannot smell or taste lead and it’s not visible to the naked eye. In the United States, lead used to be common in house paint and gasoline. These products are not produced with lead any longer. However, lead is still present every
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The deleterious effect ionizing radiation has on human tissue can be divided into two types: non-stochastic (deterministic) or stochastic effects. Deterministic (Non-Stochastic) Effects Deterministic effects only occur once a threshold of exposure has been exceeded. The severity of deterministic effects increases as the dose of exposure increases. Because of an identifiable threshold level, appropriate radiation protection mechanisms and occupational exposure dose limits can be put in place to reduce the likelihood of these effects occurring. Mechanisms Deterministic effects are caused by significant cell damage or death. The physical effects will occur when the cell death burden is large enough to cause obvious functional impairment of a tissue or organ. Skin Erythema/Necrosis/Epilation Erythema occurs 1 to 24 hours after 2 Sv have been received. Breakdown of the skin surface occurs approximately four weeks after 15 Sv have been received. Epilation is reversible after 3 Sv but irreversible after 7 Sv and occurs three weeks following exposure. Cataract Cataract occurs due to accumulation of damaged or dead cells within the lens, the removal of which cannot take place naturally. Cataract occurs after 2 to 10 Gy have been received, but may take years to develop. Sterility Radiation can impair oocyte function, leading to impaired or non-fertility. The radiation dose required to have this effect decreases with age due to falling total oocyte numbers. Similarly, radiation exposure to the testes can result in temporary or permanent azoospermia. Permanent sterility occurs after 2.5 to 3.5 Gy have been received by the gonads. Radiation Sickness Radiation sickness (correctly termed acute radiation syndrome) involves nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea developing within hours or minutes of a radiation exposure. This is due to deterministic effects on the bone marrow, GI tract, and CNS.
15 Aug 2017
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Synopsis: American Sniper is based on the novel of the same name "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in US Military History" written by its own protagonist, Chris Kyle, considered the most lethal sniper of the United States that got to cause the death of up to 255 Iraqi insurgents. From a very young age, Chris Kyle was attracted to arms and in 1999, in a second attempt, he was able to enter the United States Navy to form as SEAL (the country's main special operations force). In the same year, Kyle is destined for Ramadi, Anwar and Bagdag to fight in the Iraq War where he will suffer terrifying moments that he will not be able to forget.
16 Aug 2017
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How to defeat Death in case you have won a new lottery! Great commercial!
24 Apr 2006
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Great ground spiral known as Death Spiral.
25 Sep 2006
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Real !! Screen caps from the Steve Irwin death video.
5 Oct 2006
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10TH LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE UNITED STATES LARGELY UNKNOWN Severe sepsis is one of the most challenging medical problems in intensive care medicine. It results in more than 200,000 deaths in the United States each year. Sepsis is caused by an overwhelming blood infection, which can originate anywhere in the body. Signs of severe sepsis may include an abnormally high or low body temperature, heart rate, or breathing and overall weakness. These signs may progress quickly, as the body turns on itself while fighting an infection or injury. Vital organs, starved of oxygen, fail. Early recognition and aggressive treatment can mean the difference between life and death, as it was for the patient profiled in this video news release.
17 Dec 2006
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