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  • n. Plural form of severing.


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  • But the upcoming Wolverine game by Raven Software will push the boundaries of the Mature rating with limb severings, gushing blood, and 'exposed vital organs.'


  • Not to mention if carpentry penis severings really do happen all the time in the UK, I think they need some stiffer laws.

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  • I talked to them about the transplants; the rehabilitation and transplants; the center for nerve transplants; our work with the growth factor; the research on the nerve-growth factor; the possibilities of success with that growth factor in solving tremendous problems, ranging from Parkinson's Disease to brain damage to severings of the spinal cord; our hopes of finding solutions to those problems through a combination of research in all these fields; and particularly about the successes we are already achieving and the ones we will achieve if we win the battle of producing the nerve-growth factor through genetic engineering and enable cells to produce human nerve fibres on the basis of the nerve-growth factor of rats; and the efforts to find the human nerve-growth factor to be able to use it.

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  • Furthermore, this essay belies its author’s ignorance of the bicycle, since the advent of the safety bicycle with its two wheels of equal size has caused the number of wheel-related severings to fall more quickly than a drunken Swede on a penny-farthing.

    The More Things Change...: Bicycles in the News


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