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  • 1Shocking Shorts Award — Der Shocking Shorts Award ist ein Kurzfilmpreis, den der Sender 13th Street Universal seit seinem Start 1999 an Nachwuchsregisseure vergibt und der der Förderung des Filmnachwuchs dient. Jedes Jahr kürt eine prominente Jury den besten Kurzfilm… …

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  • 2tragic event — shocking occurrence, event which causes sadness …

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  • 3shock — 1 noun 1 SHOCKING EVENT/SITUATION (countable usually singular) an unexpected and unpleasant event, situation, or piece of news that surprises and upsets you: It was a real shock to hear that the factory would have to close. | come as a shock (=be …

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  • 4France — /frans, frahns/; Fr. /frddahonns/, n. 1. Anatole /ann nann tawl /, (Jacques Anatole Thibault), 1844 1924, French novelist and essayist: Nobel prize 1921. 2. a republic in W Europe. 58,470,421; 212,736 sq. mi. (550,985 sq. km). Cap.: Paris. 3.… …

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  • 5scandal — I noun aspersion, attaint, bad name, bad reputation, bad repute, baseness, brand, censure, damaging report, dedecoration, defamation, degradation, disapprobation, disapproval, discredit, disesteem, disgrace, dishonor, disrepute, humiliation,… …

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  • 6Far-Seer — infobox Book | name = Far Seer image caption = The cover of the Tor reissue of Far Seer , the first book in the Quintaglio Ascension Trilogy. Pictured is the protagonist, Sal Afsan. author = Robert J. Sawyer cover artist = Thomas Kidd country =… …

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  • 7affair — af|fair [ ə fer ] noun *** ▸ 1 political events ▸ 2 events in personal life ▸ 3 shocking event ▸ 4 sexual relationship ▸ 5 event, situation, etc. ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) affairs plural events and activities relating to the government, politics, economy …

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  • 8shocker — shock|er [ ʃakər ] noun count INFORMAL something shocking a. a newspaper report about a shocking event, or a report that describes something in a deliberately shocking way b. a book, movie, or play about something shocking …

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  • 9shocker — UK [ˈʃɒkə(r)] / US [ˈʃɑkər] noun [countable] Word forms shocker : singular shocker plural shockers informal 1) something shocking a) a newspaper report about a shocking event, or a report that describes something in a deliberately shocking way b) …

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  • 10Excited utterance — An excited utterance, in the law of evidence, is a statement made by a person in response to a startling or shocking event or condition. The statement must be spontaneously made by the person (the declarant) while still under the stress of… …

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  • 11spontaneous exclamation — n: spontaneous declaration at declaration 2c Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 12Shockening — Something a bit more shocking than normal. Usually used when the shocking event or news is enough to so chronologically disorient you that you forget about past, present, and future tense. You see a pig flying dangerously close to the ground:… …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 13Shockening — Something a bit more shocking than normal. Usually used when the shocking event or news is enough to so chronologically disorient you that you forget about past, present, and future tense. You see a pig flying dangerously close to the ground:… …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 14Meta-Medicine — is a diagnostic tool based on the work of Ryke Geerd Hamer, the inventor of German New Medicine. A Meta Medicine diagnosis works on the principle that all illness acute or chronic, physical or mental is created by a specific unexpected emotional… …

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  • 15Gospel of Mark — Books of the New Testament …

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  • 16Flashbulb memory — A flashbulb memory is a memory that was laid down in great detail during a personally significant event, often a shocking event of national or international importance. These memories are perceived to have a photographic quality. The term was… …

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  • 17Duty of care in English law — English Tort law Part of the common law series Negligence Duty of care Bolam test Breach of duty Causation …

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  • 18Nervous shock (English Law) — Nervous shock is a term used in English law to denote psychiatric illness or injury inflicted upon a person by intentional or negligent actions or omissions of another. It is most often applied to psychiatric disorders triggered by witnessing an… …

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  • 19Alcock v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police — [1992] 1 AC 310 is a leading English tort law case on liability for nervous shock (psychiatric injury). FactsThe claims were brought by Alcock and several other claimants after the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, where 96 Liverpool fans died in a… …

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  • 20Nervous shock in English law — English Tort law Part of the common law series Negligence Duty of care Bolam test Breach of duty Causation …

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