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The Galveston County Medical Examiner said at the time that Beason’s cause of death was indeterminable, and Hedrick was convicted only of abusing a corpse, a minor offense, and sentenced to a year in jail.
Bosma said House Republicans determined the bill could have cost $14 million a year, but the Legislative Service Agency — the agency typically responsible for all fiscal analysis — only said the revenue would increase by an indeterminable amount.
The result is that the blaster doesn't fire when the trigger is pulled, but rather at the point of burst-disk failure a small but indeterminable amount of time later.
One year after that debacle, the internet met the Jacket, a shiny Adidas cover up made of indeterminable colors.
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