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gash

(găsh)
tr.v. gashed, gashing, gashes
To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
n.
1. A long deep cut.
2. A deep flesh wound.

GASH

(găsh)
An acronym for glare, arc, starburst, and halo, four potential complications of refractive eye surgery.
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Gennaro also presents a history of religious body art and a detailed argument against Leviticus 19:28: "You shall not make any gashes in your flesh for the dead or tattoo any marks upon you." Gennaro says the new law brought by Jesus Christ supersedes the law of the Old Testament.
When he opened the door, a stranger, later identified as John Rippet, attacked him, beating him on the head and body with a collapsible metal baton, opening up gashes on his head.
Hundreds of artist have been commissioned to transform the books, many with deep slices and almond-shaped gashes, into their own individually inspired works of art.