The chances of you being on a flight with at least one fatality are 10 times greater in the loser bucket.
A 26-year-old man was the first fatality of the riots, found shot in his car.
Keep in mind, what they've been exposed to is 0.1 rem, and about 50 percent fatality is on the order of 400 rem.
It points either to the fact of more careful returns having been made, or to an actual increase in the fatality of the disorder.
It is a fatality rather than a triumph to have undergone such a change.
It had a quality of sober and buoyant alertness and fatality of determination rather than rigid confidence.
The Rita that haunted me had no history; she was but the principle of life charged with fatality.
It has happened to us by a kind of fatality, that in all important wars we have been victorious, after having been defeated.
It minimizes the evil and fatality of war, in which every life and every wound must be paid for.
For, as the most vigilant watchmen of their day, the prophets observed the rise of that empire, and felt its fatality for Israel.
late 15c., "quality of causing death," from French fatalité, from Late Latin fatalitatem (nominative fatalitas), from Latin fatalis (see fatal). Senses in 16c.-17c. included "determined by fate" and "a destiny." Meaning "an occurrence resulting in widespread death" is from 1840. Related: Fatalities.
fatality fa·tal·i·ty (fā-tāl'ĭ-tē, fə-)
A death resulting from an accident or a disaster.
One that is killed as a result of such an occurrence.