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  1. Fracture down the difficulty into.
  2. Did I really fracture his jaw?
  3. X rays have found a bone fracture there.
  4. The fracture is more or less conchoidal.
  5. I now have a scaphoid fracture and a limp.

  6. Evidently, we had not yet reached the main fracture.
  7. Looking at the fracture, I see that it’s pretty tiny.
  8. The metal sealed the fracture and the alarm went away.
  9. If in doubt whether a sprain or a break, treat as a fracture.
  10. The X rays had shown a fractured zygoma and a blowout fracture.
  11. She felt his nose and cheekbone fracture under the blunt impact.
  12. When Seven awoke, Brent had set his fracture and splinted his leg.
  13. You have to reduce the risk of fracture by preventing bumps and falls.
  14. The fracture of one of the cups is easily remedied by a supernumerary.
  15. There was an ugly flesh wound, but no signs of a fracture of the skull.

  16. He wound up in the hospital with a minor hip fracture and a shattered thumb.
  17. He took out his soldering tool and pour liquid metal into the small fracture.
  18. A close relationship with a human gone wrong can fracture our mind, turn us mad.
  19. I had thought the fracture in my leg was the worst of the damage, but I was mistaken.
  20. You see, a great piece of rock fell on his leg---here---and it's a compound fracture.
  21. Burke and determined he had a broken leg, which fortunately was not a compound fracture.
  22. This last is distinguished from the former, not only by the fracture, but by the colour.
  23. Trid had done a fine job with Nefer’s arm, breaking the old fracture and splinting it.
  24. It coruscated, changing into amorphous shapes and pearlescent colors behind that fracture.
  25. There was a hairline fracture in the Bonneville, but the front bumper of Blue was crushed.

  26. Then, I could take a few seconds during that plan to scrape resin over the airlock fracture.
  27. That is why I draw your attention to the fact that the fracture is specific, it is badly knit.
  28. He has extensive scarring on his back and buttocks, a healing shoulder fracture and right arm.
  29. Its fracture is compact in one direction; in another it is more or less slaty in its structure.
  30. Sometimes the rock assumes a different character, and the fracture is uneven, and the texture firm.
  31. Murray was suffering from a suspected rib fracture, a probably broken nose, and possible concussion.
  32. Flying on one such mission, Garrett was shot down over the ocean, incurring a compound ankle fracture.
  33. I remember Caleb telling her that it would only take a month to mend, because it was a hairline fracture.
  34. The enemy army started to fracture and droves of them took off across the plains for their Western cities.
  35. If you have to smash the ice there is a risk that it may fracture back into the area where you are standing.
  36. This is an opportunity to set things in motion that will fracture the credibility of the Jedi and the Republic.
  37. The fracture is nearly even and earthy, it is soft, yielding readily to the nail, and has a feebly shining streak.
  38. It was as if a fracture in delicate crystal had begun, and he was afraid of any movement that might mate it fatal.
  39. His injuries are compound fracture of the left leg two and a half days old, probably left ankle broken in addition.
  40. 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.
  41. That meant that Zygmunt would inspect all the candidate boulders for seams such as quartz veins or pre-existing fracture lines.
  42. He believes that this act would fracture the customer-service culture of the company, which is central to Starbuck’s success.
  43. For any fracture of the thigh or lower leg a figure-of-eight bandage should be applied, binding the feet and ankles of both legs.
  44. Having just healed a foot fracture, Ramasamy would lean on his crutch and walk slowly; and Meenu would synchronize her steps with him.
  45. The lead ore is the common galena, or sulphuret, with a broad, foliated, or laminated fracture, and a high degree of metallic splendour.
  46. The injury that concerned the doctors most, however, had been the skull fracture, and he’d spent four days in the ICU, near Pete Margolis.
  47. Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner There was also an orbital fracture on the left side; that's the eye socket bone, and we had to fix that too.
  48. 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.
  49. But Marius was forced to remain for two months more stretched out on a long chair, on account of the results called up by the fracture of his collar-bone.
  50. 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.
  51. 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.
  52. The veins are thin, but considerably numerous; the coal is very glossy and black; breaks with a smooth and almost conchoidal fracture, and very much resembles jet.
  53. 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.
  54. 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.
  55. 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.
  56. The fracture resembled that of refined sugar, it burnt completely away without leaving any residuum; and if dissolved in water, and thus evaporated, crystals of pure prismatic nitre were obtained.
  57. One appears to be struggling with the drapery below; another has reached the waist; and the fracture, which is across the shoulder, leaves dangling the mailed heels of two others, which must have reached the neck.
  58. Still I believe an apparatus replete with similar advantages, but less unwieldy, less liable to fracture; and having fewer junctures to make at each operation, has been a great desideratum with every practical chemist.
  59. 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.
  60. 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.
  61. Electricity does not radiate in or through any matter; and while it pervades some bodies, as metals, with almost infinite velocity; by others, it is so far from being conducted, that it can only pass through them by a fracture or perforation.
  62. The distinguished scientist Herr Professor Luitpold Blumenduft tendered medical evidence to the effect that the instantaneous fracture of the cervical vertebrae and consequent scission of the spinal cord would, according to the best approved tradition of medical science, be calculated to inevitably produce in thehuman subject a violent ganglionic stimulus of the nerve centres of the genital apparatus, thereby causing the elastic pores of the corpora cavernosa to rapidly dilate in such a way as to instantaneously facilitate the flow of blood to that part of the human anatomy known as the penis or male organ resulting in the phenomenon which has been denominated by the faculty a morbid upwards and outwards philoprogenitive erection in articulo mortis per diminutionem capitis.
  63. He will fracture and change to landscape, to the Pope, maybe,.
  1. Without fracturing what we have found.
  2. Two tons of coal poured down on top of him, fracturing his skull.
  3. A direct hit to the nose can lead to it fracturing and bleeding.
  4. There have been too many problems with hydraulic fracturing or hydrofracking.
  5. He becomes entangled and falls, dropping his doughnuts and fracturing his shin.
  6. As her guardian had rescued her from the corner, she had sensed the fracturing of.
  7. Many had predicted the ISI fracturing even further with such a weak hand at the helm.
  8. Then she thrust her pelvis into his as her grip on his hand began fracturing his right hand.
  9. He could find no coherent pattern to the level of fracturing; no mathematical formula fitted.
  10. Max fell backwards, his skull fracturing on the unyielding floor, with Carla partly under him.
  11. This sort of fracturing can yield fragments so specific that it is ultimately useless to consider them as.
  12. You can’t conclude otherwise when the corporations refuse to reveal what chemicals are used in the process of induced hydraulic fracturing.
  13. 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.
  14. Watanabe beat POWs every day, fracturing their windpipes, rupturing their eardrums, shattering their teeth, tearing one man’s ear half off, leaving men unconscious.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  1. And the sky is fractured.
  2. Life into this fractured temple form.
  3. Metal walls splintered and fractured.
  4. Fractured wood crunched with each step.
  5. Both might be fractured for all he knew.
  6. We are a fractured culture with no real.
  8. The limbs were disrupted but not fractured.
  9. They found she had fractured her right hip.
  10. The foggy darkness fractured her shrill cry.
  11. The show-window had suddenly been fractured.
  13. WILD, fractured dreams had awoken me repeatedly.
  14. Libby shook her head, then gave a fractured gasp when.
  15. She crashed to the ground, and suffered a fractured wrist.
  16. The bad news had only continued for the fractured country.
  17. Child abuse is often not manifested in fractured or broken.
  18. He hurt all over, something had to be fractured he thought.
  19. There had been less resting on that, we were less fractured.
  20. It was as though he could see into Greg’s fractured heart.
  21. That is the reason we witness such divisive evil fractured.
  22. His skull was fractured! We tried our very best to save him.
  23. Fine? Sitting here in the dark with a fractured foot?
  24. Champagne jets down from the fractured edges and bubbles off.
  25. She has sent two Marines to the hospital for fractured bones.
  26. The X rays had shown a fractured zygoma and a blowout fracture.
  27. From within, however, his heart was fractured and beyond repair.
  28. My head was spinning, a million thoughts fractured inside my mind.
  29. It had cracked itself below the knee, the spiral fractured bone.
  30. Her left mandible – her jaw bone – has been badly fractured.
  31. A slave? A thing? A body, a will, a fractured and manipulated will.
  32. Minutes later the Cherokee rolled to a stop on the fractured tarmac.
  33. Webster said, as gently as possible, You had a fractured cheekbone.
  34. In a neighboring hut lay Raevski’s adjutant with a fractured wrist.
  35. In a neighboring hut lay Raévski’s adjutant with a fractured wrist.
  36. In an already fractured culture, senior management was projecting an.
  37. The massive machine of the Cezanne estate groaned, the gears fractured.
  38. Her body was fractured and bent sideways, molded to the rock like clay.
  39. His fractured body was turned to charcoal in one brief, horrible moment.
  40. Scientists now say that the Mount of Olives is badly fractured, and can.
  41. Broken ribs, the shoulder is fractured, collarbone and maybe his ulna.
  42. The seventh rib is indeed fractured, thanks to the bullet glancing off it.
  43. The doctor said that I had fractured a rib and needed stitches for my hand.
  44. Shouts echoed uphill from a swimming hole, fractured by boulders and gulleys.
  45. He had two broken fingers, three fractured ribs, and a dislocated shoulder.
  46. Why try to slot fractured families into neat little boxes in this day and age?
  47. It was gashed, crushed and fractured, several ribs on the right side were broken.
  48. Blackfin had not given me that, it was something my fractured state now possessed.
  49. The pain from the slave collar was too great for him to bear so he fractured his mind.
  50. The gold color fractured outward away from his hand along the smooth surface of the ship.
  51. Blood or straw-coloured fluid seeping from the ear or nose may indicate a fractured skull.
  52. She could swear that she saw tears in his eyes as he held his fractured shaft in his hands.
  53. Mike lay dumbfounded on the Victorian front porch with a shattered hip and fractured femur.
  54. This was how and why 3-dimensional Energy expanded out and fractured into Infinite Smallness.
  55. Inside I could hear a piano, a fractured chord being repeated again and again, muffled voices.
  56. The others gather tightly around her at the rear of the vehicle pulling at the fractured glass.
  57. A cold snap (-40 0C), before winter began, fractured one of the cylinders in the radial engine.
  58. Grunt-mate plucked him up into the air, and head-butted him so hard that she fractured his spine.
  59. Suddenly his attention was fractured by the sound of something being dropped on the floor upstairs.
  60. Who not only fractured his leg, John Carrington broke in, but got fractious in other ways as well.
  61. Shoulder’s fractured, collarbone’s displaced and both bones broken in his left arm, he told Corwin.
  62. Most remarkably, the man’s eyes held no evidence of color, only the glint of the darkest fractured obsidian.
  63. Just as it was quite possible that a man with a fractured skull could run some distance before he fell to die.
  64. It was too subtle for human ears, but Simon could hear loud and clear that this man had fractured his kneecap.
  65. The crystal fractured the sunlight into a myriad of colors throwing a colorful pattern upon the boulders nearby.
  66. We were astounded, even though their Portuguese was very fractured, we were able to understand with the diagrams.
  67. When he gave it his attention, it fractured into a thousand competing voices, each running down a different path.
  68. She spoke in a fractured manner but said these things enough times for me to draw my own conclusion as I got older.
  69. I was working in a surgical ward at a base hospital, and among the patients was a Tommy with a fractured thigh-bone.
  70. Along with the obvious severe head trauma, her right arm was fractured, bone coming through the skin in two places.
  71. Manaea's second casualty suffered a broken nose and cheekbone—possibly a fractured orbit and damaged cervical spine.
  72. He was lucky to escape with a fractured left hand, and a gouge wound across his stomach, but he was losing blood now.
  73. He and his comrades lost out when the Berlin Wall fell and democracy fever spread through the fractured Russian states.
  74. When my father died, I made copies of all his pictures, the pieces of a fractured but long and ultimately happy life.
  75. Slowly, I starved to death as my mind fractured over the need to obey her and the desperation not to give into that need.
  76. The crew had found something to use as a crowbar, and the flexing at the top of the door fractured the mess Max had made.
  77. The edges of these elevated masses of earth, which are yet frozen, are quite smooth, and the angles but little fractured.
  78. He ignored the nurse’s comment and conveyed to Kate that the guard would be fine and he had not suffered a fractured jaw.
  79. I listen in silence as he tells the room that the cause of death was head trauma, her skull was fractured in several places.
  80. It would only shroud itself, dull itself, the fractured holes filled in with trickery, fancy, and nearly forgotten memories.
  81. They returned home several hours later with Noah leaning on a pair of crutches, his fractured foot shielded in a proper cast.
  82. The blende, which is of a yellowish aspect when the fractured crystal is held in a certain position, appears only occasionally.
  83. Beyond the pile of rubble and fractured wall, smoke seeped from the blackened earth, rising from the ashes of evergreens and oaks.
  84. She has endured her own health problems, including a fractured pelvis in 2008 and broken ribs sustained in a fall four years later.
  85. There are still factions for the other two parties, but they are fractured and powerless at this time, limited to terrorist tactics.
  86. The surge had done bad things to the keen senses of the half-cetra, driving the fractured portions of his mind crazy with the overload.
  87. Places I hadn’t seen in over ten years were set before me again, out from the yellowed photographs of some fractured album in the dust.
  88. In the downtime, in between these fragmentary episodes of brutal human contact, I lived my pathetic life in a split and fractured landscape.
  89. Here we seek common cause with Victorias Secret! But this is a far cry from condoning wide-spread promiscuity and fractured relationships.
  90. 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.
  91. The cut was not deep, but it had evidently fractured the skull, and had plainly been made by a blow from a spade or some similar blunt instrument.
  92. Only gannets fractured the peace of the morning, crying and shrieking as they whirled and circled above the somnolent swell before plummeting for fish.
  93. I ran back and brought a bucket of water from the engine room with a mop and cleaned the blood and spilt brains that seeped out of his fractured skull.
  94. The only fire came from the flash of the sun on the yellow metal and chrome; and from the spangles of fractured sunlight that danced on the rear window.
  95. 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.
  96. 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.
  97. 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.
  98. 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.
  99. His mind was too fractured to even begin to understand what he was sensing and feeling, thus the soft keening and rocking rhythm that spoke of his distress clearly.
  100. It shot through the benjo roof, landing on an unfortunate Australian, whose leg was broken, and a Yank from Idaho, whose skull was fractured, fortunately not fatally.
  1. The fractures of the realms.
  2. How about the old rib fractures?
  3. Star fractures cobwebbed across the windshield.
  4. She has multiple fractures, but nothing out of place.
  5. Between four and six old fractures is what my doctor.
  6. Most days we treated cuts, fractures and other similar ailments.
  7. In Extremis, these fractures or splits are one of the reasons for.
  8. In-laws start stress fractures and half of all marriages break down.
  9. An MRI of the brain and spine showed no fractures or internal signs of trauma—.
  10. But fractures were beginning to show, and tempers were fraying more than they had before.
  11. A number of skeletons were discovered to have fractures in the tops of their skulls.
  12. I do miss our old place—all the bumps and ridges and hairline fractures left by the decades.
  13. Their health is often affected by liver and stomach aches, by circulatory problems, by fractures.
  14. Manish was suffering from lower body paralysis and multiple fractures with a minor head injury too.
  15. Effect of Calcium and chole-calciferol treatment for three years on hip fractures in elderly women.
  16. The cattle ran off into the distance as he lay there with multiple fractures and internal bleeding.
  17. Fractures which neither penetrate the skin nor are exposed to the air are known as closed fractures.
  18. The effect of dairy products on the risk of osteoporosis-related fractures is subject to controversy.
  19. Without knowing it, she sought with her hands over her body as if to find out if there were cuts or fractures.
  20. He needed to clearly see where and how extensive the possible fractures were, which was impossible to do without x-rays.
  21. Since then, scanners have revealed two fractures in his skull, one above his right ear and the other across his forehead.
  22. Many of the children found themselves in the emergency room with bruises and minor fractures from their new found forms of play.
  23. 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.
  24. He made Colling first demonstrate the splinting of various fractures, being careful only to refer to the broken bones by their anatomical names.
  25. She turned Bagman’s head from side to side with her gloved hand, gently palpated his scalp, probing for lacerations, fractures, or other injuries.
  26. In the Revolution of July, as in all progress accomplished by fits and starts, there had been secret fractures; these riots rendered them perceptible.
  27. 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.
  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. It was quite some moments ere either moved, for both were positive that any such attempt would reveal so many breaks and fractures as to make further progress impossible.
  30. 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.
  31. 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.
  32. 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.
  33. So, next on the list was a technique called hydraulic fracturing—or fraccing—where water and sand are injected under high pressure into the reservoir, resulting in many tiny cracks or fractures in the shale rock.
  34. 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.

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