flesh wound


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flesh wound

a wound affecting superficial tissues
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The former EastEnder who, despite being in talks with Hollywood execs in LA recently, has put all thoughts of a movie career on hold to take a part in Flesh Wound at the Royal Court Theatre in London.
But just when Ireland expected to pull away, the Italians inflicted another flesh wound.
A HOLIDAYMAKER has returned home with a horrific reminder of his travels - a gaping flesh wound caused by a tiny poisonous spider.
It turned out to be a little more serious and she had emergency surgery in the morning which revealed a very deep flesh wound but, thankfully, no internal damage.
The doctors also said that another bullet narrowly missed Adnan's head, causing a flesh wound.Trans Action Pakistan claimed that doctors at the hospital started treating Adnan three hours after he was brought to the medical facility.
In the 1975 hit film, the character has all four of his limbs chopped off in a duel but continues fighting, insisting it's a "flesh wound" and "I'll bite your legs off!".
Mr Delany, 25, begged Lawrence to call an ambulance but she insisted it was "only a flesh wound", it was claimed.
He said: "It was quite a nasty flesh wound. I feel okay, I'm still a bit shaken.
In response to these warnings the prisoner continued to abuse and make faces at the sentry who eventually fired and inflicted a flesh wound.
The following month in a stunt in the Hindenburg Tunnel when it was every man for his self, Bob received a flesh wound in the arm.
The comedy character has their limbs hacked off in a swordfight but carries on fighting, insisting "it's just a flesh wound".
He's been kicked so many times but he says 'keep going it's only a flesh wound.' I admire that."