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Electrocution: Introduction

Exposure to electricity leading to death. When electricity passes from any source and into the body it can result in damage including burns. The amount of damage is determined by the strength of the current and the length of exposure. Death from electric currents passing through the body can result from fatal effects on the heart, severe external and/or internal burns or from other organ damage. ...more »

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Execution by electricity - (Source - WordNet 2.1)

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