rope burn


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brush burn

a burn caused by friction of a rapidly moving object against the skin or ground into the skin.
A type of mechanical burn caused by rope. Natural fibre rope tends to cause worse burns

rope burn

skin abrasion caused by the heat of friction by a rope on the skin; caused by entanglement in a rope or poor casting technique.
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Happily, broken limbs are not a feature of his classes, although rope burns seem to be a common hazard.
But while I was hiding, the performers weren't going to let a little bit of pain, rope burn and blisters stop them.
The mystery woman is suffering from hypothermia, frostbite, high fevers, amnesia—and rope burns on her wrists and ankles.
Not everybody is unfortunate enough to discover a naked woman on their porch during a blizzard; and not everyone could readily identify the rope burns on her ankles and wrists as indicators that she's been imprisoned.
Others include unexplained bruises and welts on the face, upper arms, buttocks, thighs or lower back; cigarette burns, rope burns and infected burns.
Several Bethlehem Construction employees were injured, including broken bones, contusions and rope burns.
I cast a look at the livid rope burns on Roger's wrist.
He said there were no rope burns on Ian's hands, but a helmet would not have saved him.
Recoiling like Marlow from the abyss, the boy rejoins his family, now aware that all "hide desperately our rope burns.
Please do not use "ski rope," since it has too many kinks and may cause severe rope burns.
They gave you rope burns in your groin and the sound of the wind whistling past your ears would be accompanied by the disconcerting creak of the branch bearing your weight.