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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of refracture.

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Examples

  • And this compact Has some ice crystals and your radiance refractured the ice crystals.

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  • The break actually happened four months ago in a Rugby match, but doctors just refractured the royal digit because it wasn't healing.

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  • Here he grew gay, and was soon carried back with the leg refractured.

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  • Calgary's Kucera, the 2009 downhill world champion, hasn't raced since he broke his left leg in a harrowing crash during the Lake Louise super G race two years ago, and then refractured it last February before a race in Aspen, Colo.

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  • According to his agent and friend of Crash The Crease Jay Grossman Salmela has refractured broken nose and lost several teeth.

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  • I do not see the town giving help when a wells needs to be refractured.

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  • They left me lying on the floor, moaning from the stabbing pain in my refractured arm.

    t r u t h o u t

  • The bones of his skull fractured, then refractured again and again until they were ground to powder, held in place only by the standing waves of sound produced by Filiméala’s keening.

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  • They left me lying on the floor, moaning from the stabbing pain in my refractured arm. [

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  • I played the rest of the year with it and then I found out in Round 1 this year that I'd refractured it, "Dugan tells the magazine.

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