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“Three years ago, the last time we experienced the stomach-churning spectacle of stock markets swiftly annihilating trillions of dollars in household wealth, the unknowns were at the center of the fear.”
“The pioneer laryngologist Dr Chevalier Jackson 1865-1958 turns out to be a fascinating, stomach-churning study in innard-looking obsession.”
“It was the whole damned caboodle: the clever dickery, the snobbery, the preppy prissiness and the screaming, stomach-churning, nausea-inducing, and apparently universal, contempt for women.”
“British researchers provide some stomach-churning data: Mobile phones harbor 18 times more bacteria than a flush handle in a typical men's restroom.”
“To the uninitiated Brit I was back then, I can only describe the shock as stomach-churning, when Holbrooke immediately dispensed niceties over lunch in one of their grand board rooms, and blasted the industry's leaders for their inaction.”
“With her desperate flight, the film surges into powerful, stomach-churning overdrive.”
“Deborah Winger's character Emma, dies from cancer in the most heart-wrenchingly stomach-churning, "dying-pets-infomercial" way possible.”
““Nice work, Reg,” he said, when he recovered from the stomach-churning transition.”
“After a swift, stomach-churning free fall she landed on her butt in a green, piss-warm stream.”
“In a stomach-churning video, the happy bicycling crew transforms into a screaming, wailing mass after a black car plows through the crowd with bodies and bikes richocheting off the hood.”
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