Forensics the use of science or technology to investigate facts I criminal case

Forensics the use of science or technology to investigate facts I criminal case

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Forensics the use of science or technology to investigate facts I criminal case Prognosis Something will develop, especially disease A grim prognosis of months of treatment The cancer ward at the hospital held both terminal and recovering patient That carry blood to the heart That form a branching system, especially Inflict deliver wound to inflict an injury on As entertain could wound as well Sometimes he Didn’t realize his sharp humor Involving in the crime For carrying blood Aggravate fatal terminal Is widely used in surgery on soldiers Anesthesia when anesthesia is widely used in surgery on soldiers By adding to augment In some type of popular cosmetic surgery, people augment parts of their bodies Certifiably in a manner that is officially recognized Was declared certifiably insane Until he was declared certifiably That makes something more difficult or complex Because of complications related to the patient’s diabetes Cure to restore to health Can help cure many illnesses Had cheek implant To make her face look fuller Obese excessively overweight Are obese now Because U.S. culture encourages overeating and discourages exercise Procedure explained the emergency evacuation procedure Astrological they influence earthly events Have hunted me For a long time Horror On Halloween night, all the horror movies Were rented out They hire an intermediary To help them discuss their case Invoke their god By holding out their hands
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Meditate for long time To think quickly deeply Meditate every morning, the monks meditated for three hours in complete silence To be the spirit of a dead person, a sunken ship, etc Phantom Psychic Enabling him to read peoples mind Self perpetuating to renew For an indefinite period of time Are often self- perpetuating Offered divination By reading the dregs from the coffee cup Could assimilate Into the rigidly controlled school In Japan, where land of burial is very limited
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course EOSC 118 taught by Professor Daveturner during the Spring '10 term at UBC.

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Forensics the use of science or technology to investigate facts I criminal case

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