“A hardened pool of wax, scribbles, intricate drawings, dried remnants of food; calculations and gashes from a box cutter are the only remnant of the artist on a few of the slate-colored table top.”
“The USA and North Korea engaged in a bruising, physical game that saw the Americans make a dramatic second-half comeback after star scorer Abby Wambach, who had been triple-teamed all night, had to leave the field with head gashes from a collision with a Korean player.”
“I couldnt tell if the gashes were a result of some kind of attack or simply rotting away.”
“Winds and seismic and tectonic disruptions have left their mark in tortuous folds and uplifts, deep gashes, and conical incrustations that hark back far before the age of human folly.”
“An astonishing number of his shorter works follow the inspiration of Crash, also filmed, this time by David Cronenberg, in morbid and almost loving accounts of “wound profiles,” gashes, fractures, and other inflictions on the flesh and bones.”
“Nice facial gashes seem to be all to common when I shoot a buddies rifle or shoot from a dumb position.”
“Scheyer had so many gashes, especially, under his left eye, that he said he was contemplating plastic surgery in that area of his face.”
“He must position himself for next year's general election in a liberal state that has generally supported education and environmental programs that would suffer deep gashes in funding.”
“His pajamas were gone — burned away — and his body was covered in bruises and gashes.”
“Gear aside, competitive speed skaters also stand apart with the badges of honor they wear up and down their arms and legs — deep red, dried-out scabs and gashes.”
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