Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of laceration.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He did miss five games with a concussion, chipped teeth and gum lacerations from a fall, and he struggled to play with a mouthpiece in his return.

    Sacramento Kings Team Report

  • The purpose of these techniques are to "bring a subject under control which have a LOW probability of causing soft tissue damage, skin lacerations or bone fractures" as opposed to hard control techniques with a baton which might be used against someone who is actively resisting.

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  • The mayor of Windermere, Florida, told CNN in this past hour that Woods was treated for facial -- facial lacerations, that is, and was released from the hospital.

    CNN Transcript Nov 27, 2009

  • The girl's injuries were described as lacerations, mostly to the hand, officials said.

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  • On certain models, the accelerator jammed and became stuck, leading to crashes and accident-inflicted injuries such as lacerations, sprains and broken bones.

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  • He said 16 people were injured, four were taken to hospitals, and one had serious injuries, including "lacerations" and "possible internal injuries."

    Brake failure, crowds, thought to cause Metro escalator accident

  • Injuries to the tongue may produce this simple inflammation of its covering membrane, or, if severe, may produce lesions much more extensive, such as lacerations, abscesses, etc.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • Significantly, the official autopsy report - a document actively suppressed by the Dearborn Police Department for more than three months - describes a series of "lacerations" (also described by Wayne County Chief Medical Examiner Carl Schmitt as "puncture wounds") that are consistent with being mauled by a dog.

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  • Significantly, the official autopsy report - a document actively suppressed by the Dearborn Police Department for more than three months - describes a series of "lacerations" (also described by Wayne County Chief Medical Examiner Carl Schmitt as "puncture wounds") that are It's possible Abdullah shot the dog to protect himself.

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  • Same day appointments are available for acute illnesses and minor emergencies, such as lacerations or fractures.

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