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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of necrotize.

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  • It's not enough to just rub a bar of soap over your stupid gurning mug after you've noticed the big greasy patch you left on the window after falling asleep on the bus, and nicking some of your girlfriend's Oil of Olay only when the skin of your cheeks is falling away in thick necrotized chunks of shrapnel will only get you so far.

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  • (This is a gore moment: the open-mouthed doctor holding up the necrotized digit while the priest gasps, What the hell is that?

    Saints on Percocet

  • (This is a gore moment: the open-mouthed doctor holding up the necrotized digit while the priest gasps, What the hell is that?

    Saints on Percocet

  • (This is a gore moment: the open-mouthed doctor holding up the necrotized digit while the priest gasps, What the hell is that?

    Saints on Percocet

  • #23 RG–This might indeed be a case of necrotized complacency, but I think there’s a case to be made that a conscience can be revived.

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  • "According to his autobiography (Hoxsey, 1956, 62-64), it was his great-grandfather, a horse breeder named John Hoxsey, who developed it at mid-nineteenth century, out of grasses and flowering wild plants which John took from the pasture where a favorite stallion, afflicted with a cancerous growth, grazed daily until the growth necrotized.

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