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use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ)

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The initial work on the Aberdeen Bay wind farm was executed by AREG in 2003 and was expected to draw back from the project as it got afoot.
Even after comfortably finding a place in their respective 15member World Cup squads, both the premium spinners decided to draw back their names from the list.
I wish I could hibernate six months in my bed Wake up when spring arrives and winter's truly dead I love it when the nights draw out and it's light until ten But all too soon they draw back in and away we go again.
You must still draw back the string in the field--it's a transference of energy from body to bow.
The ticket holder, who does not want any publicity, won the "life-changing" sum on the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle draw back on February 25.
99, has a precise angled nib that you position on the outer corner of your eye, then just draw back along the lash line.
She said: "We had to watch the draw back again on the RTE Player and check the National Lottery website to believe it was actually true.
The only draw back was the sorry state of the beautiful Cenotaph designed by G.
The Union Minister for Commerce and Industry and Textiles, Shri Anand Sharma has said that he has recommend duty draw back on cotton yarn exports to Finance Ministry.
The duty draw back on cement exports to Afghanistan is allowed based on Afghan custom document called Gumrak.
The track's Liam Kennedy said: "We decided to put the draw back as a few of the bitches were due to run at Tralee on Tuesday night and so we will hold it on Wednesday morning.