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  • 41Sudden Impact (disambiguation) — Sudden Impact can be:* Sudden Impact (film), a Dirty Harry film * Sudden Impact (truck), a USHRA monster truck …

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  • 42sudden death — n unexpected death that is instantaneous or occurs within minutes or hours from any cause other than violence <sudden death following coronary occlusion> esp SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH …

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  • 43sudden adult death syndrome — sudden arrhythmia death syndrome, sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (SADS) any of various conditions in which sudden cardiac death results from an arrhythmia, usually tachycardia but occasionally severe bradycardia …

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  • 44Sudden Attack — Разработчик GameHi Издатель …

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  • 45Sudden Valley — Sudden Valley, WA U.S. Census Designated Place in Washington Population (2000): 4165 Housing Units (2000): 1984 Land area (2000): 6.227769 sq. miles (16.129847 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.862637 sq. miles (4.824207 sq. km) Total area (2000):… …

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  • 46Sudden Valley, WA — U.S. Census Designated Place in Washington Population (2000): 4165 Housing Units (2000): 1984 Land area (2000): 6.227769 sq. miles (16.129847 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.862637 sq. miles (4.824207 sq. km) Total area (2000): 8.090406 sq. miles… …

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  • 47sudden — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ occurring or done quickly and unexpectedly. ● (all) of a sudden Cf. ↑of a sudden DERIVATIVES suddenness noun. ORIGIN Old French sudein, from Latin subitus …

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  • 48sudden unexplained death syndrome — noun A mysterious condition, particularly affecting young men of SE Asian origin, in which sudden death occurs from unknown causes, and usu without previous symptoms of illness (abbrev SUDS) • • • Main Entry: ↑sudden …

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  • 49Sudden — Sud den, adv. Suddenly; unexpectedly. [R.] [1913 Webster] Herbs of every leaf that sudden flowered. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 50Sudden Death Seven-ball — (also known as ESPN Sudden Death Seven ball for promotional purposes) was an annual pool tournament (and television show) held in the United States; it was broadcast on and sponsored by ESPN. SDSB was the most notable event featuring the game of… …

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  • 51sudden infant death syndrome — n death of an apparently healthy infant usu. before one year of age that is of unknown cause and occurs esp. during sleep abbr. SIDS called also cot death, crib death * * * see cot death * * * …

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  • 52sudden emergency doctrine — sud·den emer·gen·cy doctrine n: a doctrine of tort law: a person who is confronted with a sudden and unexpected perilous situation not of his or her own making and who acts as would a reasonably prudent person under the circumstances will not be… …

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  • 53sudden heat — n: heat of passion Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 54sudden heat of passion — sudden heat of passion: heat of passion Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 55sudden passion — n: heat of passion Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 56sudden death — n [U] a way of deciding the winner of a game when the scores are equal at the end. The game goes on until one player or team gains the lead ▪ a sudden death play off …

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  • 57sudden blaze — sudden fire, sudden ignition of flames …

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  • 58sudden outburst — sudden appearance, sudden eruption (of disease or anger, etc.) …

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  • 59sudden death — or sudden death overtime n. Sports an additional period, game, etc. added to break a tie, the play ending when one side or participant scores …

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  • 60sudden infant death syndrome — n. the sudden death, of unknown cause, of an apparently healthy infant, usually during sleep …

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