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fracture

slang To cause one to laugh uproariously. I was thrilled when the joke I'd written fractured the crowd.

fractured

slang Laughing uproariously. I was thrilled when the joke I'd written left the crowd fractured.
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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.
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A segment of the fractured right femur was retained during autopsy for an anthropology consultation.
The formation of the rapid seepage path is the direct cause of the rise of the groundwater level in the fractured slope.
The external wounds healed without any complications and clinical union of fractured horns was observed in all animals (100%) between 7-14 weeks depending upon type and severity of fracture.
The fractured porous media were composed of matrix rock and macro fractures as a whole.
The research of two-phase flow in fracture networks contained in fractured rock is based on that for single fracture.
In the minimum clearance specimen type the LSW fractured in the nugget part with the peel and lap-shear specimens undergoing a nugget fracture and an interfacial fracture respectively.
(18)) as the most commonly fractured site in their studies.
This preventive operation of non fractured hip osteoporotic patients and controlateral side hip fracture is a minim invasive method.
In fact, any hydraulic fracture extension in fractured reservoir will be influenced by natural fractures; hydraulic fracturing field test in fractured formations provided a visual observation for the complex geometry of hydraulic fractures [4], as shown in Figure 5; single fracture extension could not be observed and more complex branching fractures extending showed after fracturing.
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 next most frequently fractured body parts were the wrist (10.4%), and the lower leg (9.3%).
This variation was due to the majority of children with fractured femur being treated conservatively, in contrast to forearm fractures which were treated in nearly all patients at the outset by operative fracture stabilization accounting for short inpatient stay.
The scaphoid is the most commonly fractured hand bone (Figure 6).
Pain persisting for more than 2 or 3 months may be effectively treated by injection of bone cement into the fractured body (vertebroplasty or kyphoplasty).