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Example Sentences for "limb"

A couple of large limbs fell off the tree during the stormThe child lost a limb in an accident while playing on the train tracks.

A couple of large limbs fell off the tree during the storm.

If injured, a starfish can actually grow back a lost limb.

He lost all feeling in his limbs for a few minutes after falling and hitting his head.

We need to find a good strong limb on the cherry tree to hang the tire swing from.

Too many people have lost a limb or lost their lives to landmines.

He lost three limbs in the Vietnam War when he stepped on a mine.

Crabs can escape danger by simply leaving an injured or trapped limb behind.

Squid have ten limbs, whereas an octopus has eight.

A Fijian Proverb suggests that idleness is to be dead in the limbs, but alive within.

A German Proverb states that you are still a slave if only your limbs are free.

Over 25,000 people have lost an arm or a leg to landmines in Angola, but the country is so poor that only a lucky few receive artificial limbs.

When you severely injure a limb, doctors say you should elevate the limb above the level of the heart until you receive proper medical care.

In medieval Europe, powdered gold was mixed into drinks to comfort sore limbs.

In the Middle Ages, people were tortured by being put on a metal rack, and stretched until their limbs were torn from their bodies.

Henry Miller once suggested that the man who looks for security, even in the mind, is like a man who would chop off his limbs in order to have artificial ones which will give him no pain or trouble.

Find someone who has broken a limb.


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