haemorrhage haemorrhage


  • (n) the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel



  • As flies shift up and down a haemorrhage alive with ants, The captains in huge masks drift past each other, Calling, calling, gathering light on their.


  • Autopsy shows 'natural' death for de Villota

    Oct.12 (GMM) Maria de Villota's post-mortem has confirmed reports the former Marussia tester died of natural causes. International publications say the 33-year-old died of a heart attack after a suspected brain haemorrhage in a Seville hotel early on Friday. Germany's Welt newspaper said Spanish authorities are investigating, but rumours de Villota could have committed suicide are ... Keep reading
    on October 12, 2013     Source: Motorsport.com


  1. "A military solution is not an option. We appeal to your principles to make this dialogue a success. The eyes of the world are on you," said Obasanjo, addressing the delegations. "Let us stop the haemorrhage and open a new chapter of durable...
    on Dec 8, 2008 By: Olusegun Obasanjo Source: Times of India

  2. "You shook Crystal forcibly, and that caused or contributed to a haemorrhage of the brain and of the retinal and optic nerves," Justice Doyle said. "You threw Crystal forcibly to the floor. Her head made contact with enough force to fracture...
    on Nov 5, 2007 By: John Doyle Source: Ninemsn

  3. "Unfortunately, the bowlers are now giving up runs at a greater rate than batsmen can score them. In India's previous two innings Australia have claimed just 10 wickets and the back-breaking process has seen them haemorrhage 927 runs," wrote...
    on Nov 2, 2008 By: Ian Chappell Source: Hindu

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