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    1. “Did I really fracture his jaw?”

    2. I remember Caleb telling her that it would only take a month to mend, because it was a hairline fracture

    3. with the way it echoed, but in truth, it was the result of a fracture, plated

    4. X rays have found a bone fracture there

    5. A close relationship with a human gone wrong can fracture our mind, turn us mad

    6. Having just healed a foot fracture, Ramasamy would lean on his crutch and walk slowly; and Meenu would synchronize her steps with him

    7. Fracture down the difficulty into

    8. She had an X ray taken when back in the civilized world to make sure that there was no fracture and she planned surgery sometime in the future as she had had several dislocations in the past and needed surgery to prevent these recurrences

    9. Murray was suffering from a suspected rib fracture, a probably broken nose, and possible concussion

    10. The high pressure needed to keep the Butadiene gas liquefied soon worked on the fracture to enlarge it enough for gas and a trickle of liquid butadiene to escape

    11. When Seven awoke, Brent had set his fracture and splinted his leg

    12. “How did he break his leg? Why are you trying to save him, or was it a spiral fracture?” The officer seemed interested and had a keen appreciation of equines that showed through

    13. He has extensive scarring on his back and buttocks, a healing shoulder fracture and right arm

    14. It coruscated, changing into amorphous shapes and pearlescent colors behind that fracture

    15. He will fracture and change to landscape, to the Pope, maybe,

    16. small fracture on the inner hull

    17. He took out his soldering tool and pour liquid metal into the small fracture

    18. The metal sealed the fracture and the alarm went away

    19. confirmed as he saw the fracture highlighted in the beam of

    20. fracture to the edge of the plaza where the wall was split,

    21. a fracture has occurred in the bed-rock but awnings have

    22. 92mm bullet barely eight days earlier and which had suffered a long fracture line was now apparently fully healed

    23. � The nurse handed to Nancy a small girl covered with burns before crawling out of the raft: her left leg had a nasty compound fracture just under the knee

    24. I now have a scaphoid fracture and a limp

    25. A paramedic proclaimed Max to be quite alive, but with a serious skull fracture and extensive powder burns to one side of his face, including an eye

    26. He instructed the crew members to keep ramming the top of the door, hoping the movement would fracture the cooling metal runs, and prevent the molten metal from holding

    27. Burke and determined he had a broken leg, which fortunately was not a compound fracture

    28. Evidently, we had not yet reached the main fracture

    29. hanging limp and useless due to the compound fracture, but he would still kill Garcia if given the chance

    30. compound fracture to his leg

    31. a trace of the fracture that Doctor Crusher had mended

    32. range from a sprain, fracture, or even worse when you hear that big thud as it lands on the floor

    33. Trid had done a fine job with Nefer’s arm, breaking the old fracture and splinting it

    34. That is why I draw your attention to the fact that the fracture is specific, it is badly knit

    35. Good foot care is essential, never neglect, wear the best suite shoe for the type of comfort not the high tech name, when osteoporosis sets in old age, the fracture of foot bone is possible

    36. You have to reduce the risk of fracture by preventing bumps and falls

    37. 3) Radiography : When you have a fracture in your arm, the radiographer takes

    38. She felt his nose and cheekbone fracture under the blunt impact

    39. · What Zombies Fear: Fracture (2012) - 4th in the WZF Series

    40. might happen if a serious political fracture in Canada occurred in the future? That they could

    41. I had thought the fracture in my leg was the worst of the damage, but I was mistaken

    42. A bad dream that when she shook her head wildly would fracture and she would find herself in her own bed in her own apartment

    43. The X rays had shown a fractured zygoma and a blowout fracture

    44. That meant that Zygmunt would inspect all the candidate boulders for seams such as quartz veins or pre-existing fracture lines

    45. This is an opportunity to set things in motion that will fracture the credibility of the Jedi and the Republic

    46. There was a hairline fracture in the Bonneville, but the front bumper of Blue was crushed

    47. The enemy army started to fracture and droves of them took off across the plains for their Western cities

    48. left for a whiny, bossy, demanding, inconsiderate fatass who thinks his wrist fracture is the most

    49. You see, a great piece of rock fell on his leg---here---and it's a compound fracture

    50. Darwin observed, to which nature has given the instinct and requisite strength to eat coconuts; it scrambles up trees on the beach and sends the coconuts tumbling; they fracture in their fall and are opened by its powerful pincers

    1. In the downtime, in between these fragmentary episodes of brutal human contact, I lived my pathetic life in a split and fractured landscape

    2. We were astounded, even though their Portuguese was very fractured, we were able to understand with the diagrams

    3. inclusion amid the chaos of a fractured and hostile world

    4. ‘His skull was fractured and he died instantly

    5. A cold snap (-40 0C), before winter began, fractured one of the cylinders in the radial engine

    6. The majority of its limbs ended in splinters, but even these fractured branches were thicker than the largest trees Brice had ever seen -- even those of the Brentwood, where the elves lived among the branches

    7. Beyond the pile of rubble and fractured wall, smoke seeped from the blackened earth, rising from the ashes of evergreens and oaks

    8. Fractured wood crunched with each step

    9. But with no water in the immediate vicinity and nowhere left to hide, a fractured beam and all of its sharpened splinters was the only plausible approach left

    10. Metal walls splintered and fractured

    11. ” commented Fletcher as he also looked out across the fractured plain that stretched away almost to the horizon

    12. They found she had fractured her right hip

    13. He ignored the nurse’s comment and conveyed to Kate that the guard would be fine and he had not suffered a fractured jaw

    14. The foggy darkness fractured her shrill cry

    15. Suddenly his attention was fractured by the sound of something being dropped on the floor upstairs

    16. A slave? A thing? A body, a will, a fractured and manipulated will

    17. The first man, an AMGOT sergeant, had fallen down the steps to his barracks the night before, and Colling suspected he had fractured his wrist

    18. Blood splattered from the Pole’s fractured skull, and his eyes clouded, there was a spasm in his legs that lifted his feet off the ground momentarily, then he was still, staring blankly at the gray sky above the trees

    19. When Jesus came onto the scene of this ancient diorama, he was an instantly polarizing distraction to the Jewish yearning for the appearance of another champion, the new judge who would resurrect their national entity, and identity once more as the Hasmonean Maccabees had seemed to accomplish for a while, during the interregnum in which the Greeks tried to fend off Roman incursions into their fractured Hellenistic world

    20. The promise of the Morning Star, the universality of the Christian institution, had imploded upon itself in the afternoon of its ascendancy, leaving its fractured remnants to careen across the heavens of Man’s infidelity!

    21. “Fine? Sitting here in the dark with a fractured foot?”

    22. Blimey, how could he be so stoical? There he was, nursing a fractured foot that must have been painful, and still he managed to have a pristine, one-with-the-universe look on his face

    23. They returned home several hours later with Noah leaning on a pair of crutches, his fractured foot shielded in a proper cast

    24. slid down one step at a time; she was halfway down when the stairs fractured and she fell

    25. door she had first tried to open had fractured, and black water and debris poured in

    26. Scientists now say that the Mount of Olives is badly fractured, and can

    27. He hurt all over, something had to be fractured he thought

    28. 45 And Judah hastened and took up a stone from the ground, and with it struck one of them on the head, and his skull was fractured, and the body also fell from the horse to the ground

    29. "In an already fractured culture, senior management was projecting an

    30. ”3 It also had a Socialist city government and had a long history of having been a “free” city, that is, a politically independent entity in what had been a fractured German-speaking mass of small states

    31. 45 And Judah hastened and took up a stone from the ground and with it struck one of them on the head and his skull was fractured and the body also fell from the horse to the ground

    32. It was roughly hexagonal, less than two meters wide and about a meter thick, which was about the average size of the pieces that made up the fractured surface of the crater

    33. the fractured sides of the crevasses that they had fallen into

    34. It was roughly hexagonal, four to five feet wide and about three feet thick, which was about the average size of the pieces that made up the fractured surface of the crater

    35. The long merchant vessel’s stern and bow were alternately lifted out of and sunk into the stormy waters until it “hogged” or fractured into two sections

    36. Manaea's second casualty suffered a broken nose and cheekbone—possibly a fractured orbit and damaged cervical spine

    37. ‖ My point is the majority of the damage is on the left side of her body and there is no mention of fractured leg bones

    38. The limbs were disrupted but not fractured

    39. for nearly four weeks, certain she had sustained a fractured rib

    40. Champagne jets down from the fractured edges and bubbles off

    41. All just a worthless waste of time and energy and matter and space and… what are we forgetting? In the end you see yourself fractured into more pieces than there are numbers for

    42. 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

    43. Only gannets fractured the peace of the morning, crying and shrieking as they whirled and circled above the somnolent swell before plummeting for fish

    44. She crashed to the ground, and suffered a fractured wrist

    45. His jaw was only bruised, not fractured, and only one rib had been broken, though several others were bruised and his stomach and face looked like over-ripe plums

    46. Slowly, I starved to death as my mind fractured over the need to obey her and the desperation not to give into that need

    47. “Broken ribs, the shoulder is fractured, collarbone and maybe his ulna

    48. “Shoulder’s fractured, collarbone’s displaced and both bones broken in his left arm,” he told Corwin

    49. We are a fractured culture with no real

    50. The pain from the slave collar was too great for him to bear so he fractured his mind

    1. He made Colling first demonstrate the splinting of various fractures, being careful only to refer to the broken bones by their anatomical names

    2. Without knowing it, she sought with her hands over her body as if to find out if there were cuts or fractures

    3. An MRI of the brain and spine showed no fractures or internal signs of trauma—

    4. Although you were not harmed at the scene of an arrest, your body has suffered some interior bruising on the stomach, lungs, and heart that match a few fractures and skin wounds

    5. able to see multiple old fractures in her bones

    6. images of the old fractures in my pelvis and hips, though, ended

    7. Between four and six old fractures is what my doctor

    8. fractures, death to the animals

    9. behind the spider web fractures, lined up shoulder to shoulder on

    10. rather like potatoes, riddled with craters and fractures, 19 km long and

    11. In-laws start stress fractures and half of all marriages break down

    12. Many of the children found themselves in the emergency room with bruises and minor fractures from their new found forms of play

    13. Surya rapidly made a spin performing a hook kick which was so hard that made the creature fly across the room and hit the wall, leaving fractures around the place of impact

    14. severe bone fractures and ligament tears

    15. Blood everywhere, walls and floor with massive lacerations to skull, scalp and forehead; all laid open to the bone with obvious fractures to the cranium and cheek bones; and a definite broken nose

    16. Since then, scanners have revealed two fractures in his skull, one above his right ear and the other across his forehead

    17. ‘’And he is not hooked to a medical monitor despite his concussion and skull fractures? He could slip in a coma unnoticed and die, dammit!’’

    18. tended fractures around his face and skul

    19. In Extremis, these fractures or splits are one of the reasons for

    20. the surface of the body (laceration, compound fractures) were

    21. Effect of Calcium and chole-calciferol treatment for three years on hip fractures in elderly women

    22. ” And the Table fractures and breaks due to thanklessness and self-interest

    23. bone fractures, although short-term consumption of carbonated beverages has not

    24. The effect of dairy products on the risk of osteoporosis-related fractures is subject to controversy

    25. sources for the prevention of osteoporotic fractures

    26. rate of falls and subsequent fractures than did women given the same amount of calcium

    27. osteoporotic fractures compared with those eating significantly higher levels of zinc in

    28. Interest in the effect of manganese and bone health began when famed basketball player Bill Walton’s repeated fractures were halted with manganese supplementation

    29. But fractures were beginning to show, and tempers were fraying more than they had before

    30. He needed to clearly see where and how extensive the possible fractures were, which was impossible to do without x-rays

    31. From what I can detect, it appears you have sustained at least one, but more probably two fractures, one in your ankle, the other in your foot

    32. ” Keeping to himself the fact that surgery may still be involved, if her limb had sustained the kind of fractures he suspected it had

    33. compound fractures but none of that mattered now

    34. Manish was suffering from lower body paralysis and multiple fractures with a minor head injury too

    35. would force water through the fractures, eroding the dam"s integrity within minutes

    36. The cattle ran off into the distance as he lay there with multiple fractures and internal bleeding

    37. Their health is often affected by liver and stomach aches, by circulatory problems, by fractures

    38. and lateral fractures of the left fourth and fifth

    39. The fractures of the realms

    40. She has multiple fractures, but nothing out of place

    41. “How about the old rib fractures?”

    42. If we ask concerning the separate spirit, we are referred to Lazarus as furnishing an argument embodying all the fractures of the position, and whatsoever questions should be asked would receive an answer in harmony with the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus, because from Campbell down to Denny the church has been instructed thus and so

    43. I do miss our old place—all the bumps and ridges and hairline fractures left by the decades

    44. She turned Bagman’s head from side to side with her gloved hand, gently palpated his scalp, probing for lacerations, fractures, or other injuries

    45. Star fractures cobwebbed across the windshield

    46. A number of skeletons were discovered to have fractures in the tops of their skulls

    47. all the languages of Europe, and, what is more rare, all the languages of all interests, and speaking them; an admirable representative of the "middle class," but outstripping it, and in every way greater than it; possessing excellent sense, while appreciating the blood from which he had sprung, counting most of all on his intrinsic worth, and, on the question of his race, very particular, declaring himself Orleans and not Bourbon; thoroughly the first Prince of the Blood Royal while he was still only a Serene Highness, but a frank bourgeois from the day he became king; diffuse in public, concise in private; reputed, but not proved to be a miser; at bottom, one of those economists who are readily prodigal at their own fancy or duty; lettered, but not very sensitive to letters; a gentleman, but not a chevalier; simple, calm, and strong; adored by his family and his household; a fascinating talker, an undeceived statesman, inwardly cold, dominated by immediate interest, always governing at the shortest range, incapable of rancor and of gratitude, making use without mercy of superiority on mediocrity, clever in getting parliamentary majorities to put in the wrong those mysterious unanimities which mutter dully under thrones; unreserved, sometimes imprudent in his lack of reserve, but with marvellous address in that imprudence; fertile in expedients, in countenances, in masks; making France fear Europe and Europe France! Incontestably fond of his country, but preferring his family; assuming more domination than authority and more authority than dignity, a disposition which has this unfortunate property, that as it turns everything to success, it admits of ruse and does not absolutely repudiate baseness, but which has this valuable side, that it preserves politics from violent shocks, the state from fractures, and society from catastrophes; minute, correct, vigilant, attentive, sagacious, indefatigable; contradicting himself at times and giving himself the lie; bold against Austria at Ancona, obstinate against England in Spain, bombarding Antwerp, and paying off Pritchard; singing the Marseillaise with conviction, inaccessible to despondency, to lassitude, to the taste for the beautiful and the ideal, to daring generosity, to Utopia, to chimeras, to wrath, to vanity, to fear; possessing all the forms of personal intrepidity; a general at Valmy; a soldier at Jemappes; attacked eight times by regicides and always smiling

    48. In the Revolution of July, as in all progress accomplished by fits and starts, there had been secret fractures; these riots rendered them perceptible

    49. Bleeding into the tissues occurs with all fractures and bruises and a fractured thigh may result in the loss of one or more pints of blood at the fracture site

    50. Fractures which neither penetrate the skin nor are exposed to the air are known as closed fractures

    1. He becomes entangled and falls, dropping his doughnuts and fracturing his shin

    2. Sure, he knew there was temporal fracturing: pockets of time existing in a kind of uncertainty state, bits of the future and past breaking through, much like general quantum uncertainty but on a macro scale

    3. He could find no coherent pattern to the level of fracturing; no mathematical formula fitted

    4. And for what? “Practical applications of chaos theory in patterns manifested in semi-random ceramic fracturing,” the asshole Mike Childers had the audacity to tell you

    5. Without fracturing what we have found

    6. His slitted eyes were aglow with morbid anticipation as his erstwhile tormentor pushed his hand under his nose and with the admonition, ―Squeeze,‖ pressed against the two fingers fracturing the ampule with a tiny tinkling sound that would have been a thunderclap to Gypsy Jack Pappadoupoulis—had he known

    7. There were, in the beginning, only one source or type of life, throughout the ages there have been many splits or fracturing of existence and therefore many have evolved in different ways from those who were originally directly part of their life group

    8. Then she thrust her pelvis into his as her grip on his hand began fracturing his right hand

    9. 22-caliber rifle, but the shot ricocheted off a rock near the hole and hit pal Vi Olated in the head, fracturing her skull

    10. the whole self, free of the fracturing and of the hurt

    11. There have been too many problems with hydraulic fracturing or hydrofracking

    12. You can’t conclude otherwise when the corporations refuse to reveal what chemicals are used in the process of induced hydraulic fracturing

    13. Max fell backwards, his skull fracturing on the unyielding floor, with Carla partly under him

    14. This sort of fracturing can yield fragments so specific that it is ultimately useless to consider them as

    15. fracturing the rear axle

    16. No, this fire is spirit saturated by the illusory blue not falling; only light, its schism fracturing through shadows, intermingling the integration with an audience of brilliant kin billions of years ancient

    17. As her guardian had rescued her from the corner, she had sensed the fracturing of

    18. "A direct hit to the nose can lead to it fracturing and bleeding

    19. There had been sharp dissension among the early settlers over the use of technology that had led to a fracturing of loyalties, which had ultimately led to war

    20. When a stone wall is hit by a projectile the stone will shatter on impact and cause fracturing deeper into the wall structure, which can endanger the integrity of the whole wall from just a single direct hit

    21. primates was responsible for the fracturing of the psyche, which allowed for true

    22. Watanabe beat POWs every day, fracturing their windpipes, rupturing their eardrums, shattering their teeth, tearing one man’s ear half off, leaving men unconscious

    23. Two tons of coal poured down on top of him, fracturing his skull

    24. Many had predicted the ISI fracturing even further with such a weak hand at the helm

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