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Frasi con dislocate (in inglese)

  1. What in the world was that? A person would have to dislocate.
  2. Then there was the sound of churning metal as various parts of the base of the machine began to dislocate.
  3. They firmly believed that only daylight precision bombing could successfully dislocate the enemy’s war effort.
  4. Most mobile joint: The shoulder joint is the most mobile and, as a result, is the joint that is easiest to dislocate.
  5. But she shook her head to that extent when she was shown it, that we were terrified lest in her weak and shattered state she should dislocate her neck.

  6. He decided that, in case of a refusal, he would tear off his bandages, dislocate his collar-bone, that he would lay bare all the wounds which he had left, and would reject all food.
  7. Ecolonomic hive-minds, existing within environs of randomizing insecurities, suffer from stress-related ecological cascades – market panics – which dislocate economic fields, creating group conflict.
  8. He turned sharply, galloping at full speed, so that it is a puzzle to me even now that I was not sent spinning out of the saddle and flying like a ball for twenty feet, that I was not dashed to pieces, and that Tancred did not dislocate his leg by such a sudden turn.
  9. But chiefly they pass their best years in losing the habit of life, that is, of labour, and accustom themselves to consider their own position justified, and thus become, physically, good-for-nothing parasites, and, mentally, dislocate their brains and lose all power of thought-production.
  10. But the principal thing is, that they pass their best years in getting disused to life; they grow accustomed to consider their position as justifiable; and they convert themselves physically into utterly useless parasites, and mentally they dislocate their brains and become mental eunuchs.
  1. She twisted the arm further, almost dislocating his shoulder.
  2. They tied a rope or chain to the handcuffs and pulled my arms up as high as they could without dislocating.
  3. He wondered what it would be like to spend a night in bed with a woman who was capable of dislocating every bone in your body.
  4. So supersensitive were her drugged senses, that the light touch was like a dislocating impact, jolting her rudely into full wakefulness.
  5. Only Conan seemed unaware what a monstrous dislocating and uprooting of accepted thought and action their invasion constituted, what an unprecedented violation of tradition.
  6. For all his mighty strength he could not tear it loose—he was choking—strangling; then there was a rush and roar through space, the dislocating shock of an immeasurable impact, and he was back in the chamber with Baal-pteor, whose head was once more set firmly on his shoulders, and who laughed silently at him from the divan.
  7. She pushed through the woman and into another room and jumped into a large window, shattering it, landing in their backyard, stumbling and falling into a planter of night smelling jasmine, rolling with the toddler, eardrums in pain from shrieks of boy, probably having broken his bones, maybe dislocating one of his small shoulders, but at least alive to use as hostage.
  1. Just as a dislocated joint.
  2. I dislocated his jaw in my hand.
  3. Another had a dislocated shoulder.
  4. I think she dislocated her shoulder.
  5. I don’t need a dislocated shoulder.
  6. It says you have a dislocated shoulder.
  7. Both of Marco’s arms were dislocated.
  8. It was dislocated for sure, if not broken.
  9. We feel dislocated, sovereign, yet networked.
  10. The dislocated bottom had sunk into the ooze.
  11. Fauchelevent had dislocated his kneepan in his fall.
  12. I was in a car accident and dislocated my shoulder.
  13. I dislocated her knee, which is apparently very painful.
  14. For a few moments her thoughts were confused, dislocated.
  15. For the rest of his life, his arms continued to be dislocated.
  16. Do you realise that I dislocated my wrist just now?' Stazl cried.
  17. The shoulder gave a sickening gristly crunch as it became dislocated.
  18. She was trying to save Amy a few minutes ago … with a dislocated hip.
  19. He had a dislocated shoulder, and the second day acute bronchitis set in.
  20. The second grabbed her arm, the arm connected to her dislocated shoulder.
  21. Dislocated shoulder: Take off your shoe and put foot in patient’s armpit.
  22. With a scream, Kyrin dislocated her own shoulder and turned over beneath him.
  23. Thérése as his model; this was another dislocated and inconceivable figure.
  24. He had two broken fingers, three fractured ribs, and a dislocated shoulder.
  25. The dislocated shoulder screamed as his entire body was lifted off the ground.
  26. If you don’t want a dislocated shoulder, do as I say you little turd, he said.
  27. Before he can withdraw his hand, Amy’s already got her hands on the dislocated joint.
  28. And the blinds, dislocated and unpasted, threatened passers-by rather than screened the occupants.
  29. It came dislocated with a wet, popping sound, along with a kind of pain he had never felt before in his life.
  30. Gone were the days when someone would come into the priory with a dislocated thumb and die there of pneumonia.
  31. The dislocated and burned bodies of the other members of the Praesidium were all found in the following hours.
  32. His soft, yielding, dislocated, sickly, shapeless ideas attached themselves to Enjolras as to a spinal column.
  33. That's because you have a concussion, dislocated shoulder, two broken ribs and multipliable cuts and bruises.
  34. Dislocated finger: Replace by pulling on finger, then gently releasing it so that the bone slips back into place.
  35. Something in his mind that had been dislocated for years clicked back into place, and although it was a tiny shift, it made him blink.
  36. Kyrin did a quick assessment and found that her left arm was dislocated but the rest of her limbs were fully attached, albeit in pain.
  37. She locked her hand on the man’s elbow but caught herself before she dislocated it, realizing her O2 mask provided a perfect disguise.
  38. In between sobs of pain she told us Wim, oh please help me, I have dislocated my shoulder, and have done this a number of times before.
  39. Hard by the top of Putney Hill I came upon another skeleton, with the arms dislocated and removed several yards from the rest of the body.
  40. Have you seen what you did to that poor bastard? You know his fucking shoulder’s dislocated and his arm’s busted in two places?
  41. Using brute strength, she pulled the large figure twenty feet across the littered deck and perhaps even dislocated his shoulder along the way.
  42. As we traveled south, I noticed that the ground had been rather torn up in places, and the road had been dislocated to the north a short distance.
  43. I tried to move, but a nurse said I should rest a few days more, that I had a dislocated shoulder, 2 broken ribs, a concussion and a sprained wrist.
  44. Doctor, called the medic examining the wounded soldier, could you come here? I think that this soldier has a dislocated shoulder and two broken ribs.
  45. Rommel's unexpected counterstroke dislocated the 8th Army's westward advance and forced the British to retreat more than two hundred miles to the Gazala Line.
  46. Robert was lifting his head off the floor, when she jumped on his back and twisted his left arm up and behind his back so hard that she dislocated his shoulder.
  47. But the count, disregarding his cry, continued to wring the bandit's wrist, until, his arm being dislocated, he fell first on his knees, then flat on the floor.
  48. He began to mumble obscure words as he looked around with his bulging, magical eyes, that dislocated the hearts of those present because of their horrible appearance.
  49. Not a few are captured having the deep scars of these encounters,—furrowed heads, broken teeth, scolloped fins; and in some instances, wrenched and dislocated mouths.
  50. The Seven did not know what to do in such a situation, but it was impossible for them to move as they were still lying dismembered and dislocated on the floor of the room.
  51. And, after having dislocated, broken, and rent his conscience with red-hot pincers, it had said to him, as it stood over him, formidable, luminous, and tranquil: "Now, go in peace!".
  52. He accompanied his uncle to his country retreat in one of the city’s first automobiles, whose crank handle had such a powerful recoil that it had dislocated the shoulder of the first driver.
  53. Some of his joints felt as if they had been dislocated, and blood dripped from scratches on his skin where the monster's talons had ripped; his muscles and tendons had been savagely wrenched and twisted.
  54. The original line of the Russian forces along the river Kolochá had been dislocated by the capture of the Shevárdino Redoubt on the twenty-fourth, and part of the line—the left flank—had been drawn back.
  55. Nikita stayed silent for a moment, looking at the ruins and watching as the rescue workers took out of the burning debris the dislocated body of a woman, probably one of the secretaries assigned to the Senate.
  56. After winning five hard games in a row, during which Sanjay was sure he had cracked an elbow, fractured his shoulder-blade and dislocated an ankle, Paul gracelessly accepted the victor’s spoils of a drink in the cafeteria.
  57. With a dislocated shoulder the head of the upper arm bone is out of it socket and to reduce it one has to first pull the head away from the surrounding soft tissue where it had lodged and then rotate the head back in the socket.
  59. Blocks resembling headsman's blocks, dislocated chains, pieces of woodwork with brackets having the form of gibbets, horizontal wheels projecting from the rubbish, amalgamated with this edifice of anarchy the sombre figure of the old tortures endured by the people.
  60. This was the ritual; and when one year of abnormal cold the yellow flowers weren't there at breakfast, because neither by the river's edge nor in the most sheltered of the swamps had the increasingly frantic gardener been able to find them, the entire birthday was dislocated.
  61. The case, as represented by the offended parties, was that, after seizing the transports, Major Denisov, being drunk, went to the chief quartermaster and without any provocation called him a thief, threatened to strike him, and on being led out had rushed into the office and given two officials a thrashing, and dislocated the arm of one of them.
  62. The case, as represented by the offended parties, was that, after seizing the transports, Major Denísov, being drunk, went to the chief quartermaster and without any provocation called him a thief, threatened to strike him, and on being led out had rushed into the office and given two officials a thrashing, and dislocated the arm of one of them.
  63. The first man that tried to body slam Dana continues to lay on the ground in terrible pain! The paramedics approach him and tend to him! The paramedics claim to the police that the man is suffering from head and neck injuries, a broken arm, a broken collarbone and a dislocated shoulder! The paramedics then put the man into a stretcher! They put him and the stretcher into another ambulance!.
  64. In fact, there beneath my eyes was a town in ruins, demolished, overwhelmed, laid low, its roofs caved in, its temples pulled down, its arches dislocated, its columns stretching over the earth; in these ruins you could still detect the solid proportions of a sort of Tuscan architecture; farther off, the remains of a gigantic aqueduct; here, the caked heights of an acropolis along with the fluid forms of a Parthenon; there, the remnants of a wharf, as if some bygone port had long ago harbored merchant vessels and triple–tiered war galleys on the shores of some lost ocean; still farther off, long rows of collapsing walls, deserted thoroughfares, a whole Pompeii buried under the waters, which Captain Nemo had resurrected before my.
  1. The world dislocates.
  2. This pill dislocates, it breaks the threads.

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