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break out in a rash

[for the skin] to erupt with a rash. (See also break out in a cold sweat; break out (with a rash).) I knew Dan had the chicken pox, because he broke out in a rash and had a dry cough. The baby breaks out in a rash all the time.
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road-rash

n. an injury from contact with the ground, as in motorcycling or biking. Shane picked up a bit of road rash when she fell off her bike.
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The incident highlighted the fragility off the park while McCulloch's rashness, charging out of position and getting bundled off the ball by the smallest man on the pitch, John Baird, was another example of the brittleness on it.
He added that reports affirm that the majority of the foreign terrorist fighters which join the terrorist organizations are aged between 15 and 35 years old, clarifying that the modern media technologies let us feel the suffering of families which lost their sons who have decided, at a minute of rashness, to join what was depicted to them as "a sacred duty.
Lamont Cotter insists he has not held that moment of rashness against the 24-year-old and insists he can have a bright future, despite leaving him out of his matchday 23 altogether.
He is likely to do so - not least as Gardner would then be fresh for the FA Cup at Blues - as Yacob didn't let Pulis down with a safety-first display against Hull that contrasted with the rashness of his last start at Chelsea.
The committee expressed regret over the rashness of some media outlets on publishing inaccurate information on the constitution draft.
It is settled law that the term rashness and negligence has to be construed lightly while making a decision on a petition for claim for the same as compared to the word rashness and negligence as finds mention in the Indian Penal Code," MACT judge Ajay Kumar Jain said.
Experience has proved that in moments like these it is best to act calmly and responsibly and not with bluster and rashness.
Back from injury and now suspended again, I hope that the manager fined him heavily, because his rashness could have cost us a very hardearned three points.
On the level of quantity, there are certainly more examples of folly and rashness from those who support the military in Egypt.
This rashness has unwittingly led to support for radical elements with no democratic vision whatsoever.
Clearly, they were encouraged by Guide Ali Khamenei's criticism of what appeared to be President Rohani's rashness to lift the sanctions imposed on Iran at whichever price.
However, the spontaneity Pietersen displays in his batting has had a tendency to show itself as rashness off the field.
Tennis players like Mark Philippoussis and Marat Safin fall in this category, their careers marred by rashness in thought and judgment, with fast cars and women taking priority over the game.
At first he had s d the rashness and impetuosity of a young boy.