It affects small muscles first, making them spasm and causing lockjaw
is an inch away on Tyler P's tetanus-fraught pivot fakie.
They trudge past with identical Buffalo lockjaw
When we were all finished and things were being put into bags and boxes and some being worn out the store, the saleswoman turned to me, off to the side, and through her tightest Texas lockjaw
smile said, "Honey, that'll be $16.
Tetanus, also called lockjaw
, is caused by a bacterium that is common in the soil.
Apparently Bush got lockjaw
and the industry rolled out the barrel to over $100 a keg.
Contracted through injuries such as lacerations, punctures, and splinters, tetanus is characterized by muscular rigidity rapidly spreading throughout the body, producing pain and stiffness, especially in the neck and jaw--hence the alternative name lockjaw
Readers learn that Louisa May Alcott had a crush on both Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson when she was young, that Thoreau was devastated when his brother John died of lockjaw
, that Hawthorne spent the good part of 12 years in his sister's attic, and that utopian societies of the era had casual sexual mores.
What I found instead was a pair of innovative locking pliers called LockJaw
The jury returned verdict that he died from lockjaw
, following the kick.
They've coined mad cow disease, hairy-shaker disease, lockjaw
, and the painful-sounding (at least to males) pizzle rot disease.
Moreover, Elsaghe's expansive study is often illuminating and occasionally even entertaining despite the lockjaw
convolutions of his High Academese.