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Getting behind the wheel with a concussion, multiple skull hematomas, and bruises and abrasions across her body was a decidedly bad idea.
Grime buildup on the fabric will break it down over time, but the most you have to worry about from overwashing is a little extra abrasion from your washing machine.
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Similar stones bearing signs of abrasion date to no more than around 200,000 years ago.
Just some general abrasion from being in my wallet I thinkVery well used!
Kerry bent yet lower, staring closely at a discolored abrasion on Sir Lucien's forehead.
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The average loss by abrasion of coin is estimated by Professor Bowen at one-twentieth of one per cent.
These were determinations of the annual wasting of the ice-surface, whether by evaporation, melting, or wind-abrasion.
The effect of constant abrasion upon the snow's surface is to harden it, and, finally, to carve ridges known as sastrugi.
He would espy the beauty of an old binding through any amount of abrasion and laceration.
THERE AND BACKGEORGE MACDONALD
It is used by medical men as a dressing for abrasion in the skin of bed-ridden persons, and is applied with a camel's-hair brush.

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