fracturing[ frak-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF fracturing
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A shell dismounted a gun, fracturing the chase, killing a lieutenant and two men.
This will prevent it from fracturing, and will also permit a sharp bend to be made.
Two bullets struck him, fracturing the bones both of his leg and of his arm.
"Your chin came close to fracturing your big toe," Gramps said.
Rawlings swung round on him, thereby nearly completing the fracturing of Clive's arm.
It then passed across and entered the left arm below the elbow, fracturing the upper part of the radius.
The chimney, which had been weakened by the great shock, now fell, crashing through the roof and fracturing her skull.
A very slight effort enabled me to complete the separation without soiling the paper or fracturing the seal.
It is only when ethnic cleansing is combined with self-determination that a fracturing of the solutions occurs.
The wound traversed the lower part of the upper third of the arm, fracturing the humerus.