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  • I lift my pants cuff to look at my chewed-up ankle.

    Dirty Secret

  • Playing on turf even when it's wet keeps the field from becoming a disaster area, and if you think turf causes injuries, see how well you hold up playing on chewed-up fields that are covered in puddles.

    Ain't nothin' like the real thing, baby (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Small cuts and bruises on both palms, bruises and swelling on both knees, and a rather spectacular swath of chewed-up skin on the left knee.

    Livia Llewellyn › I have multiple owies!

  • I was splattered with chewed-up bits of white bread.

    The Boy in the Sandwich

  • Connie pouts and scratches behind the cat's chewed-up ears.

    The Uninvited Guest

  • "Look how gross that is," she exclaims, directing my attention towards her chewed-up paper coffee cup.

    In bed with Beth Ditto

  • The mall's Ferris wheel sat empty and motionless, while below it a Thomas the Tank Engine ride that had escaped its rails seemed to be smiling at a chewed-up silver car.

    Survivors Now Look for Cars, Property

  • This might sound pretty bleak, but it turns out the chewed-up asteroids are teaching astronomers about the building materials of planets around other stars.

    Tew's Day!

  • Now, when you're just a young kid and you're flying through the air as though launched like a speeding missile, with chewed-up food flying around right next to you, guess what happens sooner or later?

    The Boy in the Sandwich

  • I'd been starved for this kind of pavement, having been trapped in Washington, where streets and roads are viewed as temporary, easily removed, ideally completely ragged and chewed-up coverings for all-important communications cables and optical fiber.

    Senator Robert C. Byrd


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