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  • Turned out, the reason the surgical desk had no gunshot-wound patients was that Ed had been transferred to another hospital, one that specializes in trauma surgeries.

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  • According to statistics, hospitals experienced a 400 percent increase in gunshot-wound patients over the past two years.

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  • The very surgeon who attended him in the hospital after he had received his gunshot-wound had been profoundly impressed with the superiority of Mr. Poulter’s flesh, —no other flesh would have healed in anything like the same time.

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  • McAlister lay, very much whiter than the sheets about him, and quite as unconscious of surroundings, the blood oozing slowly through such bandages as Scott Peck's rude surgery had twisted about a gunshot-wound in his thigh, and brought to close tension by a stick thrust through the folds, turned as tight as could be borne, and strapped into place by a bit of coarse twine.

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  • The very surgeon who attended him in the hospital after he had received his gunshot-wound had been profoundly impressed with the superiority of

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  • 250 Policemen and -women raid a house, and a man ends up with a gunshot-wound.

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  • a syllable of praise to him for his self-devotion, or to appear to see that, despite his boast of his leather skin, the stings of the cruel, winged tribes were drawing his blood and causing him alike pain and irritation which, under that sun, and added to the torment of his gunshot-wound, were a martyrdom as great as the noblest saint ever endured.

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  • "Mr. Ambassador, it is gunshot-wound cases which keep the practice of medicine and surgery alive on this planet.

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  • I'd as lief die of a gunshot-wound as starve to death in the desert. "

    Going Some

  • In light of Cobain's 1994 suicide by self-inflicted gunshot-wound, Allmusic's Mark Deming suggests that "hearing Kurt Cobain sing

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