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laceration
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Middlemarch
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  • The answer was a blank which Rosamond could only fill up with dread, for Will Ladislaw’s lacerating words had made every thought of Dorothea a fresh smart to her.
  • The presence of a new gloom in her husband, about which he was entirely reserved towards her—for he dreaded to expose his lacerated feeling to her neutrality and misconception—soon received a painfully strange explanation, alien to all her previous notions of what could affect her happiness.

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  • To treat a minor laceration, clean the cut and close it.
  • If tetanus shots are not up-to-date, it might be wise to get one after any laceration.

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