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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Their bodies bear the scars from cuts and other on-the-job injuries.
So, it’s kind of like as you get older, I have scars on my body.
A decade from now their kids will be grown and they will still be bearing the scars of the Covid pandemic.
Today, investors are less concerned about sudden exchange-rate shifts than in recent years, when the scars of the mini-devaluation lingered.
The state has since increased income taxes and sales taxes and other sources of revenue, but the wound of 1978 has formed scar tissue in the brains of anyone who thinks about California public policy.
Left untreated over months or years, this inflammation can quietly lead to the formation of scar tissue in the liver, which gradually degrades the liver’s ability to filter and detoxify the blood.
I sat, stunned, as she lifted her saree and revealed a wide scar below her knee.
Pneumonia associated with the disease can damage air sacs in the lungs, and the resulting scar tissue can cause long-term breathing problems.
It requires the use of a ventilator and can leave lasting scars.
“We know from past financial crises that they leave a permanent scar,” said Andy Haldane, the chief economist from Bank of England post the 2008 global financial crisis.

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