Some articles on heart attack, heart:
... Dinner" July 18, 2007 (2007-07-18) 105 Lil' Cheney goes to hell after perishing of a heart attack, where he proves himself more evil than Satan, and Lil' Bush becomes a born again Christian and ... story of show 105, featuring Lil' Dick Cheney dying of a heart attack, would be insensitive to air if the real Dick Cheney had a heart attack ...
... Burial President served under 1 Clinton, GeorgeGeorge Clinton August 20, 4 ... heart attack 72 Washington, D.C ... Charlottesville, Virginia John Adams 5 Adams, JohnJohn Adams July 4, 1826, 600 PM 1 likely heart failure caused by arteriosclerosis 90 Quincy, Massachusetts United First Parish Church, Quincy, Massachusetts ... SchuylerSchuyler Colfax January 13, 17 ... heart attack 61 Mankato, Minnesota City Cemetery, South Bend, Indiana Ulysses S ...
... Jordan, remains mainly contemplative, although he warns them that he has a heart condition, having had a heart attack last year ... Dougal nearly gives him a heart attack when he gives a loud yell after finding out the film Aliens is on T.V, thinking Bishops love science-fiction ... When Ted flushes, the old man has a heart attack ...
... As a result, season three's "Hereafter" explains that Jonathan's heart was strained while he was imbued with all of Clark's powers ... Clark's abilities, Jonathan suffers a fatal heart attack ... For season three, Jonathan also has to deal with his emerging heart problems ...
... "This Heart Attack" is the first single from Faker's second album Be the Twilight ... A remix of "This Heart Attack" by Miami Horror appeared on the Ministry of Sound Clubber's Guide to 2008 ...
Famous quotes containing the words attack and/or heart:
“Remote and ineffectual Don
That dared attack my Chesterton.”
—Hilaire Belloc (18701953)
“Who knows whither the clouds have fled?
In the unscarred heaven they leave no wake,
And the eyes forget the tears they have shed,
The heart forgets its sorrow and ache;
The soul partakes the seasons youth,
And the sulphurous rifts of passion and woe
Lie deep neath a silence pure and smooth,
Like burnt-out craters healed with snow.”
—James Russell Lowell (18191891)