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Noun
/môrˈtalətē/,
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mortalities, plural;
  1. The state of being subject to death
    • - the work is increasingly haunted by thoughts of mortality
  2. Death, esp. on a large scale
    • - the causes of mortality among infants and young children
  3. The number of deaths in a given area or period, or from a particular cause
    • - postoperative mortality was 90 percent for some operations

  1. the quality or state of being mortal
  2. deathrate: the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
  3. Cryogenic was an Australian thrash metal/death metal band formed in 1992 in Wetherill Park, a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
  4. In computability theory, the mortality problem is a decision problem which can be stated as follows: In the statement above, the configuration is a pair , where q is one of the machine's states (not necessarily its initial state) and w is an infinite sequence of symbols representing the initial ...
  5. "Morality" is a short story by Stephen King published in the July 2009 issue of Esquire . It is included as a bonus story in Blockade Billy, a King book published on May 25, 2010. "Morality" received the 2009 Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novelette.
  6. The condition of being susceptible to death; The death rate of a population
  7. (Mortalities) refers to dead stock (which are sometimes referred to as morts).
  8. Mortality is the risk of death of a given person based on factors such as age, health, gender, and lifestyle.
  9. The state of being mortal (destined to die). Mortality also refers to the death rate, or the number of deaths in a certain group of people in a certain period of time. ...
  10. The number of fish lost or the rate of loss.
  11. Number or sound wood volume of healthy trees that have died from natural causes during a specified period (33).
  12. The frequency of deaths in proportion to a specific population.
  13. a measure of the rate of death from a disease within a given population.
  14. The incidence of death at each attained age; frequency of death.
  15. death rate; often given as ratio of deaths per 100,000.
  16. A term having to do with death.
  17. Death (mortality rate = death rate).
  18. Death caused by a particular injury or disease.
  19. Mortality refers to the deaths caused by malaria.
  20. Deaths as a component of population change.^4
  21. The loss of members of a population through death.
  22. The number of deaths from a specific disease or health condition, during a specific time period.
  23. quantity of humans who succumb to the same illness expressed in a mortality rate (ratio between the number of deaths and the population figure when they occur within a specific period, generally the average year or from the start to the end of a pandemic)
  24. In epidemiology, this refers to the death rate from a particular disease.
  25. Death, or the frequency or number of deaths.