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Shrap·nell

(shrap'nĕl),
Henry J., English anatomist, 1761-1841. See: Shrapnell membrane.
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Jab Mofeed Abed Rabbu (34), who sustained a shrapnel wound to the head;
Rockets were fired from Gaza, and shrapnel fell on a number of vehicles in the city.
When I went to have an X-ray, the whole thing lit up like a Christmas tree because of the aluminium shrapnel pieces still inside my body.
Andrei Guk, who runs a medical center in Mikhailovsky Cathedral, said most of the protesters he has treated had shrapnel wounds to the face, arms and legs caused by stun grenades.
Shrapnel The bonesaw being dull, the mortician must lean the full weight of his upper body as he cuts into the sternum.
It turned out to be a live British shell from the First World War, still containing its lethal load of shrapnel.
Sugar has been unfairly demonized in the national dietary guidelines," Shrapnel said.
It was subsequently used in American newspapers during the war as an example of true British grit: Players are asked to collect Bomb and Shrapnel splinters to save these causing damage to the mowing machines.
15), but I'm going to take them on with Shrapnel, whose recent Galway success has been franked by the runner-up Rory O'Moore.
Summary: US officials are combatting counterfeit airbags, one of which shot flames and shards of metal shrapnel at a crash dummy.
Palestinian sources said that 2 children were wounded by shrapnel from a missile fired by an Israeli F16 at a tunnel east of Rafah, southern of the besieged strip, while the other 3 men were injured by a missile shrapnel fired at their home in Nusseirat refugee camp.
Nevertheless, Shrapnel is a play that will not leave the reader unsatisfied.