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- n. Plural form of scar.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Obsolete spellings of scarce.
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As for the one that keeps getting scars from the others, talk about a cat with 9 lives.
This spring, he's looked good on the field, too, with no hint of any emotional scars from the frightening beaning last Aug. 15 when a 93-mph fastball from the San Francisco Giants 'Matt Cain hit Wright near the left temple.
Shallow scars from a serious bout of chicken pox are scattered over my arms like faded sequins, stubbornly holding amid the freckles.
Mine is going on top of some scars from a big ass car crash.
There are still scars from the Spanish Civil War from 1936-39, even though the only way Americans know of the conflict is from reading For Whom the Bell Tolls.
There are still scars from the kitchen sink she threw at him and every time we see a Republican ad using her words to denigrate Obama, it hurts all over again.
Derek shows us more of his scars from the turmoil of war, a war we'll finally see (see trailer HERE), and in trying to keep my thoughts short and not write another 5 paragraphs on why I love this show, the execution of this episode and the rest of the series is what keeps me coming back.
The other well-proven treatment for hypertrophic scars is steroid injections.
Paul Hamm shows off the scars from the surgery he had to repair a broken hand during a press conference in June.
As a result of my refusal to make such a commitment, and just like the old slave woman, Sojourner Truth, who bared her back and showed the scars from the lashes meted out to her by her slave master, I too, bear scars from the lashes of public humiliation meted out to me by the special interests in Washington, D.C. because of my refusal to tow the line on Israel policy.
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