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laceration
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • Lamentations comfort only by lacerating the heart still more.
  • Chapter V. A Laceration In The Drawing-Room But in the drawing-room the conversation was already over.
  • Would you believe it, Ivan, that that lacerates my sentiments?
  • If you could only imagine what’s passing between them now—it’s awful, I tell you it’s lacerating, it’s like some incredible tale of horror.
  • "It was lacerating," as was said just now.
  • But what could he understand even in this "laceration"?
  • And the more he insults you, the more you love him—that’s your ’laceration.’
  • I don’t want to sit beside a ’laceration.
  • A Laceration In The Cottage He certainly was really grieved in a way he had seldom been before.
  • It certainly was sitting by a ’laceration.’
  • Her feeling for Dmitri was simply a self-laceration.
  • I am convinced that he did that from ’self-laceration,’ from the self-laceration of falsity, for the sake of the charity imposed by duty, as a penance laid on him.
  • I am convinced that he did that from ’self-laceration,’ from the self-laceration of falsity, for the sake of the charity imposed by duty, as a penance laid on him.
  • The word "lacerating," which Madame Hohlakov had just uttered, almost made him start, because half waking up towards daybreak that night he had cried out "Laceration, laceration," probably applying it to his dream.
  • Instead of a poor, insulted girl, weeping in a sort of "laceration," he saw a woman completely self-possessed and even exceedingly pleased, as though something agreeable had just happened.
  • The word "lacerating," which Madame Hohlakov had just uttered, almost made him start, because half waking up towards daybreak that night he had cried out "Laceration, laceration," probably applying it to his dream.
  • The word "lacerating," which Madame Hohlakov had just uttered, almost made him start, because half waking up towards daybreak that night he had cried out "Laceration, laceration," probably applying it to his dream.
  • Now Alyosha was impressed by Madame Hohlakov’s blunt and persistent assertion that Katerina Ivanovna was in love with Ivan, and only deceived herself through some sort of pose, from "self-laceration," and tortured herself by her pretended love for Dmitri from some fancied duty of gratitude.
  • She had loved him with an hysterical, "lacerated" love only from pride, from wounded pride, and that love was not like love, but more like revenge.
  • Oh! perhaps that lacerated love would have grown into real love, perhaps Katya longed for nothing more than that, but Mitya’s faithlessness had wounded her to the bottom of her heart, and her heart could not forgive him.
  • For you’re torturing Ivan, simply because you love him—and torturing him, because you love Dmitri through ’self-laceration’—with an unreal love—because you’ve persuaded yourself."

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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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