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The wound was immediately inspected by Vanguard < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s surgeon Michael Jefferson, who informed the admiral that it was a simple flesh wound and stitched the skin together.
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The wound in his scalp was examined, pronounced healing, and well doctored with simples, before they dished up the victuals.
By early summer, he wrote from Laramie that he was suffering from the wound inflicted in the ambush and was in a bad way financially, so Pels sent him a draft for $100, warning that it was still not wise for him to return.
There was no cleaning or further care, but the wound healed in less than two weeks and showed no scar.
This was typical of such games, which were earnestly played to win and practically never wound up in an expression of good fellowship.
He sucked in his breath and kept quiet while Killpath laid down the sheet again, wound the gold-wire stems of his glasses around his ears and then, eying the report as it lay before him on the desk, intoned, `` Acting Lieutenant Gunnar Matson one failed to see that the station keeper was properly relieved two absented himself throughout the entire watch without checking on the station's activities or the whereabouts of his section sergeants three permitted members of the Homicide Detail of the Inspector's Bureau to arrogate for their own convenience a patrolman who was thereby prevented from carrying on his proper assignment four failed to notify the station commander Acting Captain O. T. Killpath of a homicide occurring in the district five frequented extralegal establishments known as after-hours spots for purposes of an unofficial and purportedly social nature and six '' -- he leaned back and peeled off his glasses `` -- failed to co-operate with the Acting Captain by returning promptly when so ordered.
He apparently did not think the wound was serious at the time, and so he sent his personal physician to attend to some wounded captured Union soldiers instead.
Alp Arslan died four days later from this wound on 25 November 1072 in his 42nd year, and was taken to Merv to be buried next to his father Chaghri Beg.
: The neatness of his attire was almost incredible ; I believe a speck of dust would have caused him more pain than a bullet wound.
The 5200 was created to compete with the Intellivision, but wound up more directly competing with the ColecoVision shortly after its release.
Harpoons were also called throwing-arrows when the pointed head fit loosely into the socket of the foreshaft and the head was able to detach from the harpoon when it penetrated an animal, and remain in the wound.
Notably, the design team was led by Dirk Meyer, who had worked as a lead engineer on multiple Alpha microprocessors during his employment at DEC. Jerry Sanders had approached many of the engineering staff to work for AMD as DEC wound down their semiconductor business, and brought in a near-complete team of engineering experts.
This was in part due to the sudden switching of troops from the Rhine to reinforce Prince Eugene in Italy, and part due to the deterioration of Baden ’ s health brought on by the re-opening of a severe foot wound he had received at the storming of the Schellenberg the previous year.
Certain that his wound was fatal, he cried out " I am killed, remember me to my wife ", and called for his chaplain Stephen Comyn.
Isolated and battered, Blanquet's ship was soon dismasted and the admiral, suffering a severe head wound, was forced to surrender by the combined firepower of Swiftsure and Defence.
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he felt the far, cool flash of unimportant pain, as B'dikkat dabbed the wound with a corrosive antiseptic which stopped all bleeding immediately.
The image of nails immediately appeared in his hands and feet, and the wound in his side often seeped blood.
The wound to Billy Clanton's right wrist may have been inflicted by Morgan Earp or Doc Holliday immediately at the outset of the fight as Billy was drawing his gun.
Livy seems to think that Scipio's wound gave the entire authority to Sempronius, but immediately after the battle Scipio commanded an army marching from his camp to Placentia ( Piacenza ).
When it's found immediately wash from the bite site to prevent further venom entering the wound in case of the spider bite.
Klaus was taken to Prague's Střešovice hospital with what was described as a " minor wound ", treated and immediately discharged.
If a person presents to a healthcare center within 6 hours of a laceration they are typically closed immediately after evaluating and cleaning the wound.
The wound immediately appeared to be dangerous, and Carrel was carried to the house of a friend where he died two days later, at age 36.
They immediately hurried back along the line, and there, near a place called Kiveton Park, they found their prisoner lying in the footway, apparently unconscious and bleeding from a severe wound in the scalp.
There is some very interesting material in Body of Secrets about US attempts ( the TICOM mission ) to investigate German cryptographic efforts immediately as WW II wound down.
Ignoring the wound, he immediately reorganised what remained of his troops and counterattacked to regain his original position.
Refusing to surrender, the Prince merely replied with a slash to the man's face causing a severe wound, but was run through and killed by the counter blow of the Quartermaster, dying immediately.
Faith has fallen from a height of three stories on top of a closed dumpster, rolled off it to hit the ground and got up immediately with no signs of damage ; she also was able to hold her own in a fight with Buffy less than 24 hours after waking from a nine-month coma — a coma which she entered after surviving a deep stab wound to the abdomen immediately followed by a fall from the top of a multi-story building into a moving truck.
Harada, wishing to prove the man wrong, immediately drew his sword and attempted to commit seppuku ; however, the wound was shallow, and he survived.
The new circuit was received extremely positively with glowing reviews from those within the paddock despite the circuit's temporary nature as it wound through streets, parkland and across horse racing venue Victoria Park Racecourse immediately adjacent to the Adelaide central business district, with the drivers enjoying a street circuit that was unlike Monaco and Detroit with their endless short straights, narrow roads and hairpin or right angle corners.
The blind ferocity of the bulldog will often wound the hand of the master who assists him to combat, but the Mastiff distinguishes perfectly, enters the field with temper, and engages the attack as if confident of success: if he overpowers, or is beaten, his master may take him immediately in his arms and fear nothing.
This otoplasty complication is immediately addressed when the patient complains of excessive pain, or when the surgical wound bleeds.
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The commander of the Union detachment, Maj. Douglas Frazar of the 13th New York Cavalry, entered the house and — not knowing Mosby's identity — inspected the wound and pronounced it mortal.