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About an hour after the high court’s action, Hall was put to death by lethal injection in the Bureau of Prison’s facility in Terre Haute, Ind.
That trio would represent the best top-end talent in the Eastern Conference and offer a lethal combination of scoring, playmaking and shooting to Steve Nash, the Nets’ new coach.
The Justice Department has carried out more lethal injections in the past four months than the total number the federal government executed over the previous three decades.
However, research has found that after farmers target wolves with lethal management, the canids increasingly prey on their neighbors' livestock.
Patient advocates counter that too much went wrong once the virus was inside, lethal containment lapses that should have been cited by inspectors.
That’s an example of adaptation and the use of lethal technology.
HAS TECHNOLOGY MADE US WORSE HUNTERS?BY HENRY BUNN/OUTDOOR LIFEOCTOBER 27, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Biological and chemical weapons are becoming cheaper and easier to produce—and more lethal.
A few minutes in the microwave made a common insecticide about 10 times more lethal to mosquitoes in lab experiments.
Later diagnoses can often result in more advanced stages of the disease, when it is harder to treat and significantly more lethal.
Report after report has demonstrated how much more likely they are to face searches and even lethal force from law enforcement officers.

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