A warp end.
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(Physiology) A gradual decrease in the excitability of a nerve to a previously adequate stimulus, usually resulting in total loss of excitability.
A coming to an end; close
The amount of something lost:
(--- Sports) The action of throwing a ball or propelling a puck:
The end; finish; conclusion
A passage or way out:
The death or decay of tissue in a particular part of the body, as from loss of blood supply, burning, etc.
Death, especially of large numbers; heavy loss of life:
Extinction of life; death.
(Sometimes capitalized) The Last Judgment; or, an artistic representation of it.
A natural, reversible state of rest in most vertebrate animals, occurring at regular intervals and necessary for the maintenance of health. During sleep, the eyes usually close, the muscles relax, and responsiveness to external stimuli decreases. Growth and repair of the tissues of the body are thought to occur, and energy is conserved and stored. In humans and certain other animals, sleep occurs in five stages, the first four consisting of non-REM sleep and the last stage consisting of REM sleep . These stages constitute a sleep cycle that repeats itself about five times during a normal episode of sleep. Each cycle is longer that the one preceding it because the length of the REM stage increases with every cycle until waking occurs. Stage I is characterized by drowsiness, Stage II by light sleep, and Stages III and IV by deep sleep. Stages II and III repeat themselves before REM sleep (Stage V), which occurs about 90 minutes after the onset of sleep. During REM sleep, dreams occur, and memory is thought to be organized. In the stages of non-REM sleep, there are no dreams, and brain activity decreases while the body recovers from wakeful activity. The amount and periodicity of sleep in humans vary with age, with infants sleeping frequently for shorter periods, and mature adults sleeping for longer uninterrupted periods.
Latin. After death. Generally used to refer to the examination of a corpse by the coroner to ascertain the cause of death.
(R.C.Ch.) The first antiphon of the vespers for the dead, beginning with the word placebo
A slow cadenced trot in which the horse raises and returns to the ground first one diagonal pair of feet, then the other.
A death notice; obituary
(Slang) Something that is very uncomfortable, difficult, or hazardous:
The ability to cause death or disaster.
(Music) A funeral hymn or lament.
Decay is defined as rotted matter or the state of rotting, deteriorating or declining.
An accident, especially one involving serious injury or loss of life.
A cause of harm, ruin, or death:
(Place, proper) The abode of the righteous after death; abode of God and the blessed; heaven
The definition of a tomb is a vault or chamber where dead people are buried.
Death or extinction:
A legal arrangement by which a husband and wife remain married but live apart
(Dated) rest, sleep
The repose of death:
The period from an occurrence until death:
The act or process of bringing or being brought into being; a start:
A thing that has definite, individual existence outside or within the mind; anything real in itself
The state or fact of existing or living; existence or life
A means of maintaining life; livelihood:
Continuance of being; life; living
The powers of hell or of evil
The definition of heaven is the sky and the universe as seen from Earth, or for Christians, the place where God, divine beings and saved souls live.
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