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ICD-10 Chapter XX: External causes of morbidity and mortality

ICD-10 is an international statistical classification used in health care and related industries. Produced by the World Health Organization, it is used in several countries around the world; some have gone on to develop their own national enhancements, building off the international classification. Chapter XX of ICD-10 captures external causes of mortality. Codes from Chapter XX are not intended to be used in isolation. Pedestrian injured in collision with pedal cycle Pedestrian injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Pedestrian injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Pedestrian injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Pedestrian injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Pedestrian injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Pedestrian injured in other and unspecified transport accidents Pedal cyclist injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Pedal cyclist injured in collision with other pedal cycle Pedal cyclist injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Pedal cyclist injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Pedal cyclist injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Pedal cyclist injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Pedal cyclist injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Pedal cyclist injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Pedal cyclist injured in collision in noncollision transport accident Pedal cyclist injured in collision in other and unspecified transport accidents Motorcycle rider injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Motorcycle rider injured in collision with other pedal cycle Motorcycle rider injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Motorcycle rider injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Motorcycle rider injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Motorcycle rider injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Motorcycle rider injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Motorcycle rider injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Motorcycle rider injured in collision in noncollision transport accident Motorcycle rider injured in collision in other and unspecified transport accidents Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with other pedal cycle Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision in noncollision transport accident Occupant of three-wheeled motor vehicle injured in collision in other and unspecified transport accidents Car occupant injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Car occupant injured in collision with other pedal cycle Car occupant injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Car occupant injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Car occupant injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Car occupant injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Car occupant injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Car occupant injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Car occupant injured in collision in noncollision transport accident Car occupant injured in collision in other and unspecified transport accidents Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with other pedal cycle Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision in noncollision transport accident Occupant of pick-up truck or van injured in collision in other and unspecified transport accidents Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with pedestrian or animal Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with other pedal cycle Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with car, pick-up truck or van Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with railway train or railway vehicle Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with other nonmotor vehicle Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collision with fixed or stationary object Occupant of heavy transport vehicle injured in collis

Collyhurst

Collyhurst is an inner city area of Manchester, England, 1.5 miles northeast of the city centre on Rochdale Road and Oldham Road, bounded by Smedley and Monsall to the north, Miles Platting to the east, Ancoats to the south, the River Irk to the west. Prominent buildings include St Patrick's and St Malachy's. Much of the red sandstone used for building in Manchester and the surrounding area, including stone for the Roman fort at Castlefield, St Ann's Church in the city centre, Manchester Cathedral and the original buildings of Chetham's Hospital, came from Collyhurst Quarry. Geologists use the term Collyhurst Sandstone for this type of soft red sandstone, which occurs in North West England, it is a fine to medium grained sedimentary rock, created from desert sands blown into dune formations during the Early Permian period when the area which now constitutes the British Isles was within the desert belts to the north of the equator. The rock is not resistant to weathering and erosion and disintegrates quickly.

The quarry was mentioned by John Leland in the description of Manchester in his book. The Itinerary of John Leland in or about the years 1535 to 1543, saying that there was " a goodly quarre hard by the towne". Stone was transported the short distance into Manchester by river on rafts; the quarry is disused and the area around it has been turned into a park called "Sandhills" as part of Manchester City Council's Irk Valley Project. There are now two Roman Catholic churches in St Patrick's and St Malachy's. There was once St Edmund's in Monsall Street; the three former Anglican churches have been demolished since they were described by Nikolaus Pevsner in The Buildings of England. The oldest was St Oswald's on Rochdale Road in the Gothic of the 13th century, the architect was E. H. Shellard. Lowe was the architect of the two other churches, the Albert Memorial Church in Queen's Road, 1864, a red brick building with a northwest tower topped by a spire; the Union Chapel, Queen's Park, has a low turreted tower.

In 1972, all the C of E churches in Collyhurst and Monsall were amalgamated into a new benefice of the Church of the Saviour. The church was established on part of the site occupied by St Oswald's Church on Rochdale Road; this is an evangelical Church of England church. There is a war memorial on Rochdale Road next to the former site of the Collyhurst Flats, erected by public subscription and unveiled by the Rt. Hon. Earl of Derby KG on 23 May 1923 to commemorate British servicemen who died during the First World War. Collyhurst Hall was once home to the Mosley family, lords of the manor of Manchester until 1846. There had been a hall on the site since at least 1649, but Collyhurst Hall had been demolished by the end of the 19th century to make way for a development of terraced houses, themselves demolished in the 1960s. What remains of the hall is buried beneath a playing field on the corner of Rochdale Road and Collyhurst Street. Archaeologists from the University of Salford and Manchester Communication Academy, together with volunteers, local residents and school children, undertook an excavation of the site in 2016.

The project was supported by Collyhurst Big Local, Manchester City Council, Tameside Archaeology Society and Manchester Museum. Collyhurst Youth JFC was established in 2018 by a group of local people to bring football back to the area, they have around 80 children on their books and are based at Manchester Communication Academy School. Their badge is based on the old monument on the new Sandhills Gate. For a brief period in the mid-1970s, The Electric Circus, a run-down venue on Collyhurst Street the Palladium variety club, found itself at the centre of Manchester's punk rock scene, it played host to bands such as the Sex Pistols, The Jam, Joy Division known as Warsaw, Buzzcocks and the Dogs and The Clash's "White Riot" tour before its closure in 1977. It has since been demolished. Lesser unknown bands have come from the backstreets of Collyhurst notably. On 15 August 1953, the front coach of a Manchester to Bury electric train fell from the Collyhurst viaduct over the River Irk after colliding with a local steam train.

Ten people were killed and 58 injured in what became known as the Irk Valley Junction rail crash. Jim Allen, playwright Colin Barlow, Manchester City footballer Pat Barrett, light welterweight boxer Stan Bowles, England and QPR footballer Jackie Brown, former world champion flyweight boxer Les Dawson, comedian Michael Gomez, Irish-born super featherweight boxer Bruce Jones, former Coronation Street actor Henry Kelly, recipient of the Victoria Cross Brian Kidd, Manchester United and Manchester City footballer Carlo Sartori, Manchester United footballer Jack Smethurst, actor Nobby Stiles, Manchester United and World Cup winning footballer

Karbo─čaz─▒

Karboğazı is a mountain pass in Mersin Province, Turkey. The pass at 37 °, it is to the north of Gülek and 6 km north west of the Turkish state highway D.750. Its distance to Tarsus is 60 km and to Mersin is 87 km. Karboğazı means "snow-pass", it is situated in a high valley around a tributary of Berdan River in the Taurus Mountains. The upper reaches of the valley are snow-covered; the location was included in the Tourism centers of Mersin Province. With a peak at 3,524 m, the area will be developed as a ski resort. Just to the south of the snow covered pass, there is a plateau, a popular picnic area encircled by pine forests. However, Karboğazı is more than a touristic center; this pass was the scene of one of the critical fights during the Turkish War of Independence on 27–28 May 1920, called the Karboğazı ambush. A memorial was erected in the picnic area to commemorate the event

American Cyborg: Steel Warrior

American Cyborg: Steel Warrior is a 1993 science fiction action film directed by Boaz Davidson and released by Global Pictures. John Ryan plays the android assassin in the future to kill Mary, a woman, able to give life to a fetus played by Nicole Hansen. Joe Lara plays Austin, a mercenary, a cyborg, but vows to protect Mary. American Cyborg: Steel Warrior was the last film to be theatrically released by Cannon. After World War III people are sterile and ruled by the artificial intelligences they created in this violent world; the only woman, able to give life to a fetus has to take it through the dangerous city of Charleston, South Carolina to the port where a ship is on its way to Europe. She is followed by an android assassin through all the dangers, only one man tries to help her survive and protect her from the killing machine. Joe Lara as Austin Nicole Hansen as Mary John Ryan as the "Cyborg" Joseph Shiloach as Akmir Uri Gavriel as leader of the Leech's Hellen Lesnick as Carp Andrea Litt as Arlene Jack Widerker as Dr. Ben Buckley Kevin Patterson as Runner P.

C. Frieberg as starving old Man Nicole Berger as Hooker Allen Nashman as underground lab Scientist Jack Adalist as main Thug David Milton Johnes as Paramedic on rescue boat Eric Storch as main Scavenger American Cyborg: Steel Warrior on IMDb American Cyborg: Steel Warrior at Rotten Tomatoes https://web.archive.org/web/20131022151843/http://www.planetfury.com/content/american-cyborg-steel-warrior http://www.comeuppancereviews.com/2010/08/american-cyborg-steel-warrior-1993.html

The Ezekiel Option

The Ezekiel Option is a Christian apocalyptic novel by Joel C. Rosenberg, involving the War of Ezekiel 38-39, it won a Gold Medallion in the 2006 Christian Book Awards. An Aeroflot flight from Moscow to New York has been diverted toward Washington. Jon Bennett, an envoy of the President and main architect of the Israeli-Palestinian peace treaty, is in Moscow in preparation for treaty related discussions with the Russian government. However, his fiance, with him in the Kremlin at the time of the coup is kidnapped by the new Russian government in order obtain CIA encryption codes. Before the UNSC resolution comes to vote, the US President sends Mr. Bennett to Israel to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Doron, as well as the former head of Mossad, Dr. Mordechai. Dr. Mordechai interprets this as an alliance led by Russia together with Iran, Lebanon, Turkey and Saudi Arabia against Israel and proposes a new policy called The Ezekiel Option; the Russian Czar Gogolov and his second in command meanwhile evacuate Moscow via helicopter to a secure command bunker in the Ural Mountains.

A massive and sudden earthquake takes place with the epicenter near Jerusalem. The buildings in the Kremlin complex and the Red Square are hit and destroyed including St. Basil's Cathedral and Lenin's Tomb; the Blue Mosque in Turkey and the Reichstag in Germany follow. Near Israel, troops massing on the borders are being massively destroyed. In Jerusalem a series of fireballs destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Dome of the Rock and all other buildings on the Temple Mount. Barbara's review of "The Ezekiel Option" on Goodreads