excruciating


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extraordinarily painful or distressing

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How could anyone think that these unborn babies would not experience excruciating pain from an abortion, when premature babies like Micah are being born at the same stage of development and are surviving long term?
He made a comment when provoked and is now being hung out to dry in this excruciating media witch hunt whilst World Rugby have intervened against the RFU and the 6 Nations.
These stones (calculi) form in the gallbladder, but may pass into the bile ducts where they too cause excruciating pain called biliary colic, which is felt under the ribs.
So last night, just after I had finished with the blog, I rose from my desk to get to bed, but excruciating pain, stopped me in my tracks and I found it difficult to walk to stand to sit to lie down.
The former chart star had to postpone two gigs over the weekend after being taken to hospital "in excruciating pain".
Andre's manager Claire Powell said the singer had been "terribly disappointed" that he was unable to perform at Friday's sold-out opening night after being "rushed to hospital in excruciating pain.
My boy and I jumped in but within hours were left in the most excruciating pain.
Torture is generally described as the infliction of excruciating pain.
He said: "A lady in my constituency, who suffers from one of the various forms of autism, got in touch with me saying she w s suffering from excruciating pains from the noise.
Marks has been in excruciating pain after somehow developing an ingrowing hair in his derriere.
Nothing is certain but death and taxes, but just how excruciating either will be varies tremendously depending on the method.
As far as the radioactive material that slowly ate away Litvinenko's organs until he died in excruciating pain, Putin explained in his best Woody Allen inflection, ``Too much salt.
Quite a few years later the now not-so-young editor observed with interest the fights, excruciating analyses, and heartrending decisions that went into creating something called Medicare Part D.
Billie admitted, in what must have been an excruciating press conference, that, yes, she had had an affair with a woman when she was married.
Scott Carey had been a handsome, comfortable American six-footer with a loving wife and a doting baby daughter when accidental radiation exposure created a freak irreversible metabolic reaction that causes him to shrink a seventh of an inch every day until he disappears altogether This taut, intense novel opens when he is only an inch tall and recounts in excruciating detail his relentless struggle for survival in an alienating, menacing and increasingly meaningless world.