An accident is an event that occurs unexpectedly and unintentionally. Physical examples include unintended collisions or falls, being injured by touching something sharp, hot, or electric, or ingesting poison. Non-physical examples are unintentionally revealing a secret or otherwise saying something incorrectly, forgetting an appointment, etc.
Art forgery is the imitation of works of art, from paintings to sculpture, has been carried out for hundreds of years. Students and followers have always made copies of the works of master artists as part of their instruction. There are many artists, both amateur and professional, who like to paint or draw in the style of those they admire. There is nothing morally wrong or illegal with this kind of copying or imitation. Art forgery, however, is different. It involves passing a copy of the artist’s work off as created by the original artist, usually for financial gain. Where fraud or deception is involved, establishing whether a work of art is a forgery becomes a forensic investigation.
An arc is a fingerprint that is arched or curved. Forensic detectives found arc fingerprints at the scene of the crime, leading them to believe that those prints belonged to the suspect they were looking for.
An autopsy, also known as a post-mortem examination, necropsy, or obduction, is a medical procedure that consists of a thorough examination of a corpse to determine the cause and manner of death and to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present. It is usually performed by a specialized medical doctor called a pathologist.
Accumulated degree hour (ADH) is a given amount of thermal energy needed to develop from one stage of an insect life cycle to the next
Asphyxia (from Greek a-, “without” and (sphygmos), “pulse, heartbeat”) is a condition of severely deficient supply of oxygen to the body that arises from being unable to breathe normally.

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