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Gyratory crushers are designated in size either by the gape and mantle diameter or by the size of the receiving opening.

As Groan, Gordo and gape attack the doors of phlegm, Stump, who has recovered from his shoulder wound, helps out from afar as he is good with a bow and
resulting from a minor cut after trimming his toe nails and accidentally cutting into the skin.

This presents with cellulitis and crepitus, and may be mistaken for gas gangrene.

Louis XIV La Régence On 1 September 1715, Louis XIV died of gangrene after having reigned for 72 years.

Suffering from severe malnutrition and with feet ravaged by gangrene, Oates had realised that his presence had become a hindrance to the progress of the company.

At worst this can lead to ulcers that are difficult to heal and even gangrene.

I came to this conclusion, that we will remove the foot, based on previous cases of Osteomyelitis and gangrene, that I have taken care of.

Tetracycline may also be used to treat leptospirosis, gas-gangrene and tetanus.

Smokers who ignore the warning of early symptoms and continue to smoke are more likely to develop gangrene of a leg.

Common sense again dictates that the suffering of the deer and suffering from gangrene for several days after being shot is likely to be measurably worse than the immediate suffering of the hunted deer.

After five surgeries, the doctors gave me a choice: I could either keep my essentially useless gangrene foot or amputate it.

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