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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of puncture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the surface covered with minute indentations or dots.
- adj. Produced by puncture; having the characteristics of a puncture.
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- adj. having a hole cut through
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Meanwhile, “Chicago” is so named because its bullet-ridden fake walls apparently recall the punctured real walls of Al Capone's Chicago.
Suddenly the elf's eyes widened, the spear fell from nerveless fingers as a sword punctured its transparent body.
The spear fell from his nerveless fingers as a sword punctured him from behind.
This can be a dangerous procedure, because the lining of the vagina or uterus can accidentally be punctured, which is probably why the other physician suggested against it. at 6weeks i got heavy periods and baby came out did a scan next day and eveything was normal except little? en Español
A) The Nick Clegg novelty bounce at first plateaued and now has eroded -- or "punctured" -- in the last week of the campaign.
When you also look at this map it's a reminder of why Iowa was so significant, over here when Iowa made the decision to start allowing same-sex marriage, on this one issue, it kind of punctured this whole section of the United States.
Talk about punctuated (or maybe that should be "punctured") equilibrium.
And just like I am constantly "punctured" by images including how other parents see their kids, I too want to "puncture".
If America ever goes to war with China, say, over Taiwan, then America should be prepared for the following "acupuncture points" in its anatomy to be "punctured".
If America ever goes to war with China, say, over Taiwan, then America should be prepared for the following 'acupuncture points' in its anatomy to be 'punctured'.