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flesh wound

a wound affecting superficial tissues
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Jovica Ugrinovski, neurosurgeon, says that the most serious injuries are to one of the President's eyes, and as concerns the other injuries, they consist of only minor flesh wounds and damages to certain parts of the skin.
This month, Christopher Brookmyre fans rejoiced in the new paperback of his best-selling thriller Flesh Wounds and Tony Black took readers into Ayr's dark shadows in Artefacts of the Dead.
Since clashes between activists and security forces worsened last week, doctors have faced more serious injuries, colds and frostbite from the searing cold escalating to flesh wounds, gas burns and concussions from the violence.
Walker only sustained a few flesh wounds, and no charges were filed.
In Al Demerdash hospital, 59 people injured in the clashes were treated for injuries including flesh wounds, rubber bullet wounds, bruises, and concussions.
One savaged him so badly he was left with extensive flesh wounds and nearly lost an ear.
No, I was happy enough to bundle Pete into the vestry, sign the book, and get away without too many flesh wounds.
Video clips showed tanks crushing the protest zone occupied by students for weeks, and bloody scenes of people with flesh wounds being rushed to hospitals.
STUDENTS at Gateshead College had a good time when BBC special effects designer Mike Myers dropped in to host a workshop - despite getting a close-up view of some fake flesh wounds.
It is believed he suffered flesh wounds and did not require surgery.
Five people were hurt yesterday in the fourth week of the Spanish festival, but officials said they were all minor flesh wounds, and nobody was gored.
We've escaped with flesh wounds, and we'll take that.