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having edges that are jagged from injury

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disrupted by the pull of contrary forces

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Tributes have been paid to Torn, who won an Emmy Award for his work on The Larry Sanders Show and earned an Oscar nomination for 1984 film Cross Creek.
Torn showed great range in his career but with a crooked grin, gruff voice and devilish glint in his eyes, he was especially well suited to playing bad boys and unpredictable characters.
We can check as the serial numbr of the plastic seal used is duly-recorded in the our dispatch records a James Jimenez (@jabjimenez) May 3, 2019 "The torn sticker is not ideal, obviously, but it is impossible to rule out accidental tearing," Jimenez said on Twitter.
(T2-Weighted Sagittal Images) show High-Grade Partial Tear with > 75% Fibres Torn (Arrow).
Previous study showed rotator cufftears most commonly involved a posterior location, near the junction of the SSP and ISP [21], and, in the longitudinal tear models, stress concentration was seen in the posterior torn tendon edge as well as the bottom of the longitudinal tear [22].
Next, bursal tissue is removed to create space for the latissimus tendon, and the torn, retracted rotator cuff is identified and debrided.
When the paper is torn the first time, you are left with 2 pieces.
My orthopedic doctor thinks I have torn a hip abductor or piriformis muscle.
Instead of replacing the windshield, which is time-consuming and costly, the Mylar can be torn off, and the aircraft can move on.
In the opening stanza, Venus is told to leave her green vestments aside (green being the color of life) and to adorn her beauty with "new sadness," setting up a code of contrasting colors used to depict Adonis, who lies on the grass like a white rose torn from its stem (lines 37-40), and Venus, who touches his wound with her beautiful white hand as his blood stains the green grass red:
Over 200 are arrested--the police labeling the celebration a "riot," largely because revelers have torn wood from storefronts and signs to feed their bonfires.
4 left, as the cylindrical part of the casting solidifies and contracts, the thicker section on the top of the casting under the riser will remain hot and will be torn apart.
Surgeons performed a tendon (connective tissue) graft to replace her torn ligament.
Often, compounders have been torn between using silica to achieve performance benefits versus not using it because of performance problems.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said there have been no reports of tampering with the contents of the trucks with torn stickers in Manila and Pasig City.