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  Coroner Home Page - Swiss Metal Band
Coroner was one of those underrated metal bands, mostly known to hardcore fans.
Releasing five albums and a semi-compilation in eight years -- from the unpolished and technical speed of 1987's "R.I.P. to the heavier and more laidback style of "Grin" -- the band progressed consistently, without ever losing their identity.
Unfortunately, due to lack of exposure and poor management from their label (Noise,) Coroner never got the credit they undoubtedly deserved.
www.designvortex.com /coroner   (259 words)

  Coroner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This reflects the role of a coroner, to determine the cause of death of a deceased in cases where the death was sudden, unexpected, occurred abroad, was suspicious in any way or happened while the person was under the control of central authority (e.g., in police cells).
The coroner has an assistant (usually an ex-policeman) who will carry out the investigation on his or her behalf and on the basis of that the coroner will decide whether an inquest is appropriate.
This role arose from the ancient duty of the coroner as a protector of the property of The Crown.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coroner   (1317 words)

 Coroner: Carbon monoxide kills 7 in Mo. - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Coroner: Carbon monoxide kills 7 in Mo. - USATODAY.com
"It does not appear to be any trauma — no injuries, no signs of struggle, anything like that were found," Adair County Coroner Brian Noe said.
Noe said toxicology results, which will take several weeks, will help determine whether other factors contributed to the deaths of five young adults and two children and whether the deaths were accidental.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2006-12-19-missouri_x.htm   (495 words)

 Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body: Galleries: Cases: Coroner vs. medical examiner
Hoffman (1863-1948) worked as a grocer and a railroad clerk before his election as Cook County Coroner in 1908.
From the 16th and 17th centuries on, the chief duty of the coroner was to hold inquests on the bodies of those believed to have died by violence or accident, or who suffered grievous bodily harm.
In modern times, in the United States, the coroner is an elected official.
www.nlm.nih.gov /visibleproofs/galleries/cases/examiner.html   (437 words)

 The Coroner's Report - Gangwar.com - Main Menu
The Coroner's Report - Gangwar.com - Main Menu
It features former and current gang members, their personal stories and creative writing."
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 Ohio Coroner
Montgomery County Coroner, and Dr. Lee D. Lehman, Montgomery County Chief Deputy Coroner.
Subscribe Ohio coroner seeks family of city native.
Montgomery County Coroner - Dayton, Ohio - Coroner Laws
www.coroners.net /ohio-coroner.php   (113 words)

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