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The details were sketchy but it was a suspected overdose. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She had taken a suspected overdose. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He died on Sunday of a suspected heart attack. The Sun (2014)He died of a suspected heart attack while on a trip to Australia. The Sun (2006)He escaped with minor burns, but was arrested for suspected criminal damage. The Sun (2006)Information passes the other way as well, so banks can track the financial movements of suspected criminals. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A woman was attacked by a suspected tiger shark on the same beach last summer. The Sun (2015)POLICE quizzed a teenage volunteer who clears up a village war memorial over suspected criminal damage. The Sun (2013)A shopkeeper says it is normal for people to pay the death squads to kill suspected criminals. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She was rushed back to the hospital, where doctors had declared her dead from a suspected heart attack. The Sun (2011)
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