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  • No one could prove from the bodies of three wounded men, one with three bullet wounds in his abdomen, one with his jaw shot away and his vocal cords exposed, one with his femur smashed to bits by a bullet and his hands and face so badly burned that his face was just an eyelashless, eyebrowless, hairless blister that they were Russians.

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  • His arthritis is so bad there is no cartilage between his femur and tibia.
  • So her femur was set with pins; skin grafts were taken.
    Gayle Forman  --  Where She Went

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