The tales that follow almost always conclude with another spectacle of the mangled
While using a 12-pound sledge hammer to drive metal T-posts for a new fence, I made a mistake with the hammer and mangled
my thumb between the sledge and top of the T-post.
The goalposts have been truly mangled
and they really cost a lot of money.
According to reports, equipment like gas cutters are being used to rescue passengers struck in the mangled
A WORKMAN calmly called for help on his mobile phone after his legs were mangled
in a grain-drying machine.
His Toyota was a mangled
wreck - but incredibly he walked away with just a chipped tooth and a head cut.
Twice the electric candelabrum -- a treasured symbol for Jews -- was mangled
, trampled bent out of shape and its bulbs broken.
TV footage showed the mangled
train carriages, and seats and backpacks spread across the tracks.
Today the mangled
wreckage of the people carrier was still on Orphan Drive, in New sham Park, and debris was strewn around the area.
One column of five yellow blobs has a cartoonish helicopter landing at its top (Untitled, 1995); elsewhere, pearly teeth loom out of the darkness (Untitled, 1991); and in a gloriously macabre example, what look at first glance like mangled
tulips turn out to be animal heads atop flower stems (Untitled, 1998).
If seals are missing, torn, squashed or mangled
, air escapes around the sides of the radiator.
Some vehicles were little more than mangled
piles of metal.
driver's-side door of the van would not open.
Cat, Emmaline's mother, has just mangled
her hand in a horrible factory accident.
Cheryl Green was born with a rare condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenital that left her with undeveloped lower limbs, or "a mangled
mess" as she describes it.