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fractured

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. This is the third night this week that Pete has rolled in fractured.
2. mod. demolished by laughter. The whole audience was fractured by the time my ten minutes were up.
See also: fracture
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The Till Plains, like other physiographic regions, are fractured in all ways possible.
At low temperatures, where all the samples fractured in a brittle manner, the maximum stress seems to decrease with increasing test speed.
The talus fracture was fixed first through a medial approach taking advantage of the fractured medial malleolus to allow for improved exposure of the talar body.
The scaphoid is the most commonly fractured carpal bone.
NASDAQ NM / NASDAQ Europe: VITA), a leading developer of orthopedic biomaterials, has announced clinical data showing that company's CORTOSS(TM) Synthetic Cortical Bone Void Filler provides stability and rapid pain relief in a high percentage of patients with fractured vertebra caused by osteoporosis and metastatic disease.
Many other characteristics of fractured rock are fractals, notes Christopher C.
Only the most severe fracture was considered in patients who fractured more than one bone during the 12 months.
Under air exposure, the Type 304L austenitic stainless steel specimens fractured purely by plastic deformation.
In a cost analysis, only the most severe fracture was considered in patients who fractured more than one bone during the 12 months.
As shown in figure 4, it was found that the interface between the fibers and rubber, which was obtained by forcibly peeling a test sample in which fatigue is in progress, is fractured at the rubber side when having a superior durable adhesion, but was fractured at the fiber side when having an inferior durable adhesion, and thus the fibers are badly damaged.
It is believed that the introduction of a known osteostimulatory agent, rhPDGF-BB, into the fractured radius may augment the localized healing response and reduce the overall time to fracture repair.
The significance of these parts lies in the deforming forces that act on them once they are fractured.
The strongest mineralization and alteration on the Southwest Property occurs in the Gold Ledge Zone, a band of fractured and brecciated, silicified quartzites that outcrop on the northern-most end of the claims above the Bingham Canyon.
Alho A, Kankaanpaa U: Management of fractured scaphoid bone: a prospective study of 100 fractures.
Anyone who has fractured a hip, wrist or spinal vertebrae due to osteoporosis can attest to the debilitating impact of the disease, and no doubt welcomes a type of drug that prevents fractures by rebuilding lost bone rather than merely halting bone loss as most therapies do.