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He turned his attention to Pomerania, though the injuries his health had suffered drove him to take the waters at Carlsbad.
Arterio-venous aneurysm is a frequent result of injuries by modern high-velocity bullets—for example, in the neck or groin.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
By reciprocal obligations of help, defense, and redress of injuries.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
So, too, mark the care with which injuries are remedied by what has been correctly called the vis medicatrix.
The shock affected Dean more seriously than his injuries, which were nothing worse than severe bruises and cuts.
SWIRLING WATERSMAX RITTENBERG
The injuries were not of a serious nature, however, and the bruised trooper refused to put in a plea of sickness.
Another class of cases must be mentioned relating to injuries to land.
To get the laugh against one, is the most unpardonable of all injuries in France, and this answer roused up the whole tribunal.
And although his injuries were, of course, not at all serious, he seemed somehow not to take this fact into consideration.
THE AUTO BOYS' QUESTJAMES A BRADEN
In earthquakes, most injuries occur as people are entering or leaving buildings (from falling walls, electric wires, etc.).
IN TIME OF EMERGENCYDEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE