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  • noun Plural form of wounding.

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  • Or, more likely, “the deaths and woundings may have been a brutally frank warning to any future Gaza aid activists.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Pro-Palestinian “Peace Activists”

  • Or, more likely, “the deaths and woundings may have been a brutally frank warning to any future Gaza aid activists.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 2010 » May

  • The smell of burning, and the stench of gut woundings, along with the rot that starts quickly in the southern tropics was vile.

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  • Another theory about the incident comes from undisclosed FBI documents suggesting that the Kent State antiwar protests were more meticulously planned than originally thought and that one or more gunshots may have been fired at embattled Ohio National Guardsmen before their killings of four students and woundings of at least nine others on that searing day in May 1970.

    Forty Years Of Asking Why. Kent State Shooting Conspiracies. | myFiveBest

  • The smell of burning, and the stench of gut woundings, along with the rot that starts quickly in the southern tropics was vile.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Within 12 months the number of recorded common assaults dropped from 22,000 to 3,000 while thousands more crimes switched to the category “other woundings”.

    They Just Don’t Get It. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Meanwhile there was further evidence yesterday of the worrying amorality of Formula One, which has largely turned a blind eye to the killings, woundings, torture and arrests that have been going on in Bahrain as the people protest for more human rights and greater freedoms.

    F1's Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled again as Ecclestone comes under fire

  • Death tends to be surrounded by family fits and arguments, grief bringing all the past hurts and woundings to the top.

    The Writing of Grief « Write Anything

  • Meanwhile there was further evidence yesterday of the worrying amorality of Formula One, which has largely turned a blind eye to the killings, woundings, torture and arrests that have been going on in Bahrain as the people protest for more human rights and greater freedoms.

    F1's Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled again as Ecclestone comes under fire

  • The Minstrel Boy buckled on his sword, slung his harp behind him and fought in Vietnam. 3 tours, 3 woundings, bigtime heroin habit.

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