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Accidents have occurred, sometimes with a large loss of life, such as the 1988 disaster at Ramstein Air Base in Germany and the 2002 air show crash at Lviv, Ukraine.
Subsequently the Dixie Chicks made it a mainstay of their Top of the World, Vote for Change, and Accidents & Accusations Tours.
Her report, Work Accidents and the Law ( 1910 ), became a classic and resulted in the first workers ' compensation law, which she drafted while serving on a New York state commission.
Most air accident investigations are carried out by an agency of a country that is associated in some way with the accident ; for example, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch conducts accident investigations on behalf of the British Government.
Accidents, including pesticide poisoning, among farmers and plantation workers contribute to increased health risks, including increased mortality.
* An Investigation of the Therac-25 Accidents ( Nancy Leveson, University of Washington and Clark S. Turner, University of California at Irvine )
* " Flirting with Disaster: Why Accidents are Rarely Accidental " by Marc S. Gerstein, Michael Ellsberg, ( Foreword by ) Daniel Ellsberg, June 2008 – Publisher: Sterling Publishing
In addition to the Seamen's Mission buildings, Poplar Hospital for Accidents opened in 1855 on the north side of East India Dock Road, with the main intention of treating injured dock workers.
On the death of missionary David Livingstone in 1873, a discolored and much-used copy of one of Spurgeon's printed sermons, " Accidents, Not Punishments ," was found among his few possessions much later, along with the handwritten comment at the top of the first page: " Very good, D. L.
Investigation of accidents is not a responsibility of the LBA but of the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Investigation.
Some matters of aviation were transferred to the '" Vorläufige Bundesstelle für Luftfahrtgerät und Flugunfalluntersuchung '" ( Provisional Federal Office for Avionic Devices and Investigation of Aviation Accidents ) established on 15 September 1953 in Bonn.
Accidents put all three P-40s based on Mindanao out of commission by 9 February, leaving just two P-35s that had escaped from Bataan.
Accidents are rare during the construction of a castell ; however, as in bull runs, ambulances are stationed nearby in case a person needs immediate attention.
* John Callahan, former Division Chief of the Accidents and Investigations Branch of the FAA, Washington D. C., also a Disclosure Project witness, said that following the Japan Air Lines flight 1628 incident that involved a giant UFO over Alaska, recorded by air and ground radar, the FAA conducted an investigation.
Previously, Universal had reissued World Machine in the ' Deluxe Edition ' format, along with single disc reissues of Level 42, Strategy, and The Pursuit of Accidents.
vary and severity
Legal sanctions vary widely in their severity, they may include ( for example ) incarceration of temporary character aimed at reforming the convict.
Specific manifestations may also vary by age, by severity of the hypoglycemia and the speed of the decline.
In contrast to most stroke patients, who typically prefer more weight-bearing on their nonhemiparetic side, this abnormal condition can vary in severity and leads to a loss of postural balance.
Individuals who present with pusher syndrome or lateropulsion, as defined by Davies, vary in their degree and severity of this condition and therefore appropriate measures need to be implemented in order to evaluate the level of “ pushing ”.
Symptoms, which vary in type and severity, may include asymmetrical ptosis ( a drooping of one or both eyelids ), diplopia ( double vision ) due to weakness of the muscles that control eye movements, an unstable or waddling gait, weakness in arms, hands, fingers, legs, and neck, a change in facial expression, dysphagia ( difficulty in swallowing ), shortness of breath and dysarthria ( impaired speech, often nasal due to weakness of the velar muscles ).
Toxins vary greatly in their severity, ranging from usually minor and acute ( as in a bee sting ) to almost immediately deadly ( as in botulinum toxin ).
The other forms of ALD vary in terms of onset and clinical severity, ranging from adrenal insufficiency to progressive paraparesis in early adulthood ( this form of the disease is typically known as adrenomyeloneuropathy ).
In the case of NF1, no clear links between genotype and phenotype have been found, and the severity and the specific nature of the symptoms may vary widely among family members with the disorder.
The severity of Rett syndrome in females can vary depending on the type and position of the mutation of MECP2 and the pattern of X-chromosome inactivation.
The signs and symptoms vary depending on the degree of hypothermia and may be divided by the three stages of severity.
The symptoms vary in severity, with children being the most at risk because of their small body size.
Phimosis in older children and adults can vary in severity, with some men able to retract their foreskin partially (' relative phimosis '), and some completely unable to retract their foreskin even in the flaccid state (' full phimosis ').