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  • His bright, liquid, pain-filled eyes were more filled with pain than ever, his face still more lean and drawn with suffering.

    CHAPTER XIII

  • Sleep was a pain-filled exercise in bouncing in and out of awareness.

    My God, It's Full Of Tweets!

  • Lindsey struggled to lift her pain-filled body up, resenting this side effect she experiences with each trip back.

    Beyond Logic: A Matter of Time

  • Maggie has a history of her abdominal surgical wound breaking wide-the-frack open -- technical term: dehiscence -- and taking months, infected, pain-filled, pus-dripping agonizing months to heal. * shudders* Throughout the last two weeks, much much more than dying, dehiscence and cancer have been Maggie's major fears.

    One Week After Emergency Abdominal Surgery Maggie Jochild Is Still In Intensive Care

  • He spoke jerkily, with pain-filled pauses between his sentences.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • The drab but pain-filled room at Baghdad's morgue is a stark reminder of how much this country still suffers.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: November 16, 2009

  • Anything to earn even the slightest smile in those pain-filled days.

    What's A Housecoat?

  • However, while initially, addicts may feel they have found a way to manage a pain-filled inner world, this synthetic form of mood management can and often does lead to addiction.

    Dr. Tian Dayton: The Black Hole: Trauma and Addiction

  • Forming a protective shield from the pain-filled neighboring eyes and destroying whatever cynical thoughts I may have developed about what lay ahead, a smile fortified by faith creased my face.

    One Season

  • As it touched the ground, a pain-filled whimpering could be heard.

    Fire The Sky

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