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The injury was one of the most gruesome in recent memory.
It is a gripping story from beginning to gruesome end, filled with drama, intrigue and love affairs.
That gory swamp is a gruesome grove.
Yet in between gruesome scenes lie passages of calm, reflective beauty: Wrath and love burn only like the campfires.
The images are gruesome, yet grainy and amateurish.
Avoiding gruesome odors is a first line of defense against phantosmia.
It was a gruesome experience.
The scenes of carnage were particularly gruesome.
But it doesn't make this any less gruesome of course.
When you encounter folks who are so poverty-stricken, it's a gruesome option for them but it is an option.
Read from a teenage soldier's diary and a doctor's gruesome accounts of disease, hunger, and cold.
The scene was so gruesome that villagers burned the house days after the tragedy.
Offended adults objected to the gruesome punishments inflicted on the stories' villains.
And lynching was often accompanied by gruesome torture.
Occasional gruesome routines notwithstanding, the program doesn't have a mean or nasty tone.
So many real-and even more gruesome-atrocities have happened under dictatorships.
He thought it was gruesome having to commit these acts, but in his head they were necessary.
It exposes a gruesome truth about politics in this country.
Celebrity rehab is something akin to a gruesome roadside wreck.
While investigating what kind of gruesome end might result, they have stumbled upon a few surprises.
And that's exactly what a gruesome sea creature called the hagfish can do.
But other archaeologists suggest a more gruesome possibility than cremation.
Legendary murderers and tropical diseases plagued the city, leading to violent and gruesome deaths.
Still, look forward to plenty of gruesome gadgets and some surprising displays.
The gruesome stories are scary enough to give anyone the chills when they're wading in ocean waters.
For an economy that relies on tourism for nearly a tenth of its income, the gruesome headlines are painful.
Gruesome details about the mechanics of executions also stoke public disquiet.
The government-paid message features gruesome photos of bloodied youngsters.
After this gruesome tale the easing of the siege comes as an anticlimax.
More prosaically, the euro will survive because it has to: its collapse is simply too gruesome to contemplate, much less allow.
Thousands of individuals died in custody, frequently after gruesome acts of torture.
From gruesome ancient rituals to modern pharmacology, mankind had been trying to discover what's really going on inside our heads.
There was no evidence that such gruesome trade exists.
The violence was gruesome and usually implied rather than shown.
The gruesome body shown was a result of lethal artillery shells firing down upon the infantrymen.
However, the mere fact that a photograph is gruesome or horrendous is not sufficient to render it per se inadmissible.
It is a gruesome, uncivilized solution to a social problem.
Harper contends that the circuit court erred in admitting into evidence photographs that were gruesome and inflammatory.
If you think the way a tarantula feeds is gruesome, wait till you hear about the tarantula hawk.

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