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The Dead Sea is stunning from above, even if it is shrinking. As Lonely Planet reported , Tel Aviv-based landscape photographer Tzvika Stein uses drones to capture aerial views of the threatened body of water. “It’s beautiful and fascinating and very unique,” Stein tells Mental Floss of capturing the natural wonder that way. Yet it’s often too dangerous for him to shoot his photos from ground level.

Postmortem skin changes include livor mortis , vibices , Tardieu spots, and marbling . Livor mortis refers to the bluish-purple discoloration ( lividity ) under the skin of the lower body parts due to gravitation of blood after death. Onset of lividity , its location and color, provide information on the time and cause of death. Vibices are pale marks on a dead person's skin that are caused by dermal pressure (. marks around the neck from a rope). Dark pinpoint spots (Tardieu spots) are seen when capillaries rupture due to increased gravitational pressure (. in the legs of a hanged person). A prominent purple discoloration of subdermal vessels appears later in the process of decomposition and leaves a marbling pattern.

Coetzee-Khan told the court that the bruising to Susan’s eye was consistent with direct contact, which could have been caused by Rohde hitting her with the back of his arm.

Last year,  Jeff Miller, the NFL's senior vice president for health and safety, testified before the House of Representatives and was asked by Illinois congresswoman Jan Schakowsky whether he thinks “there is a link between football and degenerative brain disorders like CTE.”

Experimentation: How many risks did you take on this project? Did you try out new technology, business processes, or innovative ideas? 

Alexander missed an important conference call on the evening of June 4. On June 5, Arias arrived in Salt Lake City and participated in the last day of the conference. She called Alexander several times and left several voicemail messages for him. She also accessed Alexander's cell phone voice mail system. [25]

So when we were going through the book, we laid out exactly how she tells Claire and moved some puzzle pieces around. The 1968 reference in the book was something that Dougal says to Claire much later in the story, in a completely different context. But in our story, by the time I get to that same scene with Dougal and Claire, in Episode 14, it felt a little bit irrelevant. It felt like I was going back to an old episode. It felt more relevant to put that information here and to deliver it in the most dramatic way in the heart of this episode.

Nevertheless, Agrusa admits it was a bit risky, and she says she endured a "rollercoaster of emotions" during the week of jury deliberations. "Every time a question came in that seemed detrimental [to Cosby], I thought a guilty verdict was coming," she says. "Then, a question would come that was more favorable and I would look over to the prosecutors' faces and see their concern."

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