gash


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to penetrate with a sharp edge

the result of cutting

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a wound made by cutting

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a trench resembling a furrow that was made by erosion or excavation

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a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument

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cut open

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It was 3-0 on the stroke of half-time when a classic counter-attack was calmly finished off by Gittings and Gash grabbed his second with a low free-kick after 63 minutes.
Australian authorities believe the propeller of a ferry injured the whale whilst it was swimming, causing a gash near its dorsal fin.
He's got somewhere to slip his pyjamas now, I've never seen a gash like it, it's a great big hole.
Frank Berry, racing manager to the winning owner, said yesterday: "He got a nasty gash to his heel during the race and so we'll have to sit on it for a week and take it from there.
Summary: Avindai Gash, an NGO, has $10 million in capital
Mechanics, when your AH-64 engine platform door is open for engine maintenance, you can be set up for a harmful head gash.
The three other goats in the shed also suffered appalling injuries: one had both horns cut off and stab wounds around its neck and eyes, another had a gash round its neck and a third had a gash along its spine.
Ann Gash, who as a 65-year-old grandmother set sail around the world from Pittwater in a 7.
When Kirk was first elected congressman, he squeaked by Gash, 51 percent to 49 percent.
All Kobe Bryant was left with at the end of Wednesday night was a nasty gash over his left eye, a three-game losing streak for the Lakers and another agonizing loss at Staples Center.
Along the highway of stoke you'll find lots of road rash, gash, and thrash.
Gash of the University of Kentucky in Lexington says this preliminary study of GDNF is encouraging.
The wedge can be read as many things, an artful knife gash or a cleansing blade of light, that scythes through the brooding masonry hulk with powerful economy and clarity in order to illuminate the building's past and its role in wider history.
In November environmentalists discovered a 32-inch gash reaching 19 feet around the tree's base.