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Somehow or other, this was the general misfortune of Bleeding Heart Yard.
The Bleeding Hearts resented her claiming to know people of such distinction.
On the way, Arthur elicited from his new friend a confused summary of the interior life of Bleeding Heart Yard.
While the servants were busied in providing materials, the surgeon, who imputed the backwardness which had appeared in Sophia to her fears, began to comfort her with assurances that there was not the least danger; for no accident, he said, could ever happen in bleeding, but from the monstrous ignorance of pretenders to surgery, which he pretty plainly insinuated was not at present to be apprehended.
Indeed, one objection which she had to bleeding (though she did not make it) was the delay which it would occasion to setting the broken bone.
Here the dinner bell interrupted a conversation which had wrought such an effect on Sophia, that she was, perhaps, more obliged to her bleeding in the morning, than she, at the time, had apprehended she should be.
I am wounded in my right hand" (and he showed his bleeding hand with a handkerchief tied round it) "and I remained at the front.
He could only gesture around from the dying cat to his torn clothes and bleeding wounds and the fox-terriers licking their injuries and whimpering at his feet.
"He's some defender," Captain Duncan grinned, with a hint of the return of his ordinary geniality, at the same time tenderly pressing his bleeding shoulder and looking woefully down at his tattered duck trousers.
Suddenly everything around him seemed to fade, and a vision rose before him of one crowned with thorns, buffeted and bleeding. Tom gazed, in awe and wonder, at the majestic patience of the face; the deep, pathetic eyes thrilled him to his inmost heart; his soul woke, as, with floods of emotion, he stretched out his hands and fell upon his knees,--when, gradually, the vision changed: the sharp thorns became rays of glory; and, in splendor inconceivable, he saw that same face bending compassionately towards him, and a voice said, "He that overcometh shall sit down with me on my throne, even as I also overcome, and am set down with my Father on his throne."
Past now the bleeding of earthly regrets; past its fluctuations of hope, and fear, and desire; the human will, bent, and bleeding, and struggling long, was now entirely merged in the Divine.
And they did gently deposit on their blankets that poor, wasted body, covered with scars and wounds, still bleeding where fire and steel had, in twenty places, left their agonizing marks.
"Why, there's internal bleeding. It's impossible to stop it." The S.
Different scores systems have been developed to predict mortality and morbidity of patients from upper gastrointestinal bleedings. Among the different score systems include full Rockall scores, Glasgow-Blatchford score (GBS), pre-endoscopy Rockall, andAIMS65 score.