The style is elegant and understated, the aura of weariness and mortality extremely powerful.
Obviously, a lot of the premiere is about our feelings of mortality and how anxious they make us.
And yet, that race, confronted daily with its own weakness and mortality had taken destiny by the throat.
Why would celebrities be exempt?Five deaths out of 42 amounts to a mortality rate of over 11 percent.
While we're reassessing the evidence on health insurance and mortality, it seems worth revisiting this assumption, too.
The opening of Broadmoor has also affected the mortality of this class, having reduced it materially.
Pass on, with your burden of mortality, And lay it in the tomb with jolly hearts.
The mortality of the military hospitals of the army of occupation of Spain in 1824 was less than five per cent.
The mortality among the officers and men has been in proportion.
Owing to the virulent character of the disease that raged in every district the mortality was frightful.
mid-14c., "condition of being mortal," from Old French mortalite "massacre, slaughter; fatal illness; poverty; destruction" (12c.), from Latin mortalitem (nominative mortalitas) "state of being mortal; subjection to death," from mortalis (see mortal (adj.)). Meaning "widespread death" is from c.1400; meaning "number of deaths from some cause or in a given period" is from 1640s.
mortality mor·tal·i·ty (môr-tāl'ĭ-tē)
The quality or condition of being mortal.