haemorrhage : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
- The crisis in their marriage comes when the wife learns that Jake has been unfaithful to her, and she collapses in a "haemorrhage of grief.
- 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.
- What other writer would somberly portray a heroine "feeling her purpose trickle away between her legs like a slow haemorrhage"? Where else could one find a statement both so .
News & Articles
- 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
Oct. 12, 2013 - Motorsport.com
- Olusegun Obasanjo in Times of India
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...
- John Doyle in Ninemsn
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...
- Ian Chappell in Hindu
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...