Casualty [noun]

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Both, in his view, are casualties of a presidency that has downplayed or dismissed science and medicine in the pursuit of political gain.

Chrysler continued to produce engines in Kenosha until 2010, when it became a casualty of the company’s bankruptcy.

It’s hard to fully process the weight of each loss as the casualties stack up at an accelerating rate.

When companies suddenly moved to remote working, with no timeline as to when—or if—they’d be going back to the office, a likely casualty appeared to be corporate culture.

(a) Was the apparatus for lowering the boats on the Titanic at the time of the casualty in good working order?

(a) What messages for assistance were sent by the Titanic after the casualty, and at what times respectively?

(a) Was ice seen and reported by anybody on board the Titanic before the casualty occurred?

(b) How long after the casualty was its seriousness realized by those in charge of the vessel (c) What steps were then taken?

(a) How many persons on board the Titanic at the time of the casualty were ultimately rescued and by what means?

Our only "casualty" was carried out of action in a stretcher—he was a member of the volunteer company of the Northamptons.