In attempting to express his gratification, the Chief of Police thrust out his right hand with such violence that his skin was ruptured
at the arm-pit and a stream of sawdust poured from the wound.
If ever I have played dice with the Gods at the divine table of the earth, so that the earth quaked and ruptured
, and snorted forth fire-streams:--
I hold it to be the wondrously thin, ruptured
membranes of the case, coalescing.
I didn't laugh -- I am always thankful for that -- but the strain ruptured
every cartilage in me, and for weeks afterward I could hear my bones clack when I walked.
Some of the smaller veins had doubtless been ruptured
The proportion of ruptured
implants increased with the duration of implantation, peaking at a duration of 15-19 years and then dropping slightly More than half of the implants had ruptured
by 10-14 years; implants with a duration of 15-19 years had a 73% rupture rate.
The higher your factor VII, the more massive a clot you'll form to stop the bleeding from a ruptured
6 aftershock ruptured
a different fault beneath the Big Bear ski resort in the San Bernardino Mountains, unleashing a second series of aftershocks.
Results showed that Lp-PLA2 was strongly expressed within the core and surrounding cells of samples demonstrating the most advanced levels of heart disease (vulnerable and ruptured
A 4-inch-wide steel plate at the bottom of the liner ruptured
at the center, causing the plate to crack and release the water.
5 years, there were 35 definite, 45 probable, and 52 possible ruptured
aneurysms, for an overall rupture rate of 67%.
This analysis was unique because it was the first to examine the duration of ruptured
membranes as a continuous variable over time, she noted at the meeting, sponsored by Foundation for Retrovirology and Human Health.