The other nine hundred and seventy-nine die violent deaths in duels, in hunting, in aviation and in war; but perhaps by far the greatest death loss comes during the age of childhood, when vast numbers of the little Martians fall victims
to the great white apes of Mars.
Staff in high street branches have been trained to spot signs of when a customer could be about to fall victim
to a fraud.
Another discussant, Oyindamola Bamgbose, the Oyo State Coordinator of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), charged young people, especially girls, to keep themselves busy as well as productive in order not to fall victim
of human traffickers.
The force released the figures after an elderly couple fromNorthwichwere the latest to fall victim
to a scam - losing a large amount of money.
The Javelin study also discovered that children who had been bullied online were nine times more likely to fall victim
to identity fraud than those who weren't, with incident rates of 6.67 percent and 0.72 percent, respectively.
It would tragedy for University's to fall victim
current cost-Roger Godsiff, MP for Hall Green, said: "The Open University was one of the finest and most lasting achievements of the Harold Wilson Roger government.
However, unlike other girls Janani Rao refused to fall victim
to Majid's online threats as she had not sent any photo or indulged in any objectionable chatting.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The United Nations voiced alarm over a spike in the number of children who fall victim
to human trafficking, saying kids account for one third of human smuggling victims worldwide.
71 in Lahore and 46 people in shekhopora fall victim
to polio virus whereas the toll has risen to 1267 in Punjab so far.
Alcohol is known to contribute to problems of disorder and anti-social behaviour but it also lowers people''s awareness levels, making them more likely to fall victim
Summary: General Security warned Lebanese citizens Friday not to fall victim
to a ring involved in forging Schengen visas, adding that it had arrested one of the group's members earlier this week.
"Our guests who come here at night time often fall victim
to these dogs, but no one is paying heed to our supplications for launching operation against them,' said Zaka Ullah, a teacher.
ALMOST one-in-10 British travellers now fall victim
to thieves or con-men with pounds 414 taken, on average.
THE elderly are being urged not to fall victim
to the bad weather this Christmas.