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to burst, break, or tear; or the resultant damage — can also be non-physical as in damaging a relationship or logical argument
  • But that's also how C. diff starts—your stomach hurts because a few bad bacteria have managed to take hold in your small intestine, and then your gut ruptures and seventy-two hours later you're dead.
    p. 90.5

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