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Exchange of Notes between Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria regarding Certificates of Birth, Marriage and Death, signed at Sofia, 31 May 1911

Exchange of Declarations between Belgium and Switzerland relative to the Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Berne/Brussels, 9 March 1870

Exchange of Notes between Italy and Mexico relative to the Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Mexico City, 3/4 November 1870

Exchange of Declarations between Austria-Hungary and Belgium relative to the Reciprocal Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Brussels/Vienna, 30 April 1871

Exchange of Notes between Belgium and Sweden-Norway relative to the Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Stockholm, 15 August/22 October 1871

Exchange of Declarations between Belgium and Spain relative to the Reciprocal Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Brussels/Madrid, 27 January 1872

Exchange of Declarations between Austria-Hungary and Italy, relative to the Gratuitous Communication of Death Certificates, signed 25 April/17 May 1873

Declaration between Italy and Monaco for the mutual Exchange of Certificates of Births, Marriages and Deaths, signed at Rome, 31 March 1901

New electrocardiographic leads and the procainamide test for the detection of the Brugada sign in sudden unexplained death syndrome survivors and their relatives

Comparing Possible ‘Child-Abuse-Related-Deaths’ in England and Wales with the Major Developed Countries 1974–2006: Signs of Progress?

Declaration between Italy and Switzerland relative to the Communication of Death Certificates, signed at Florence, 1 September/Berne, 9 September 1870

Agreement between Austria-Hungary, Baden, Bavaria, Switzerland and Wurtemberg respecting Registration of Births and Deaths on Lake Constance etc., signed 29 November 1878

Declarations relative to the Reciprocal Communication of Death Certificates between Belgium and Roumania, signed at Brussels/Bucharest, 7 May 1874

Provisional Agreement between the Argentine Republic and Italy for the Exchange of Death Certificates, signed at Buenos Aires/Montevideo, 11/18 December 1896

 

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Symptoms of impending death, found in Latin and vernacular texts. Many signs derived from Hippocratic medicine, including the appearance of the face; cooling of extremities; hand motions; and various qualities ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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