How to use Puncturing in a sentence

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  • These bras need to be treated gently to avoid damaging or puncturing the linings.

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  • His words were like a sharp object puncturing a water balloon, and her words gushed out in a wave of uninhibited emotion.

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  • However, before its final and full placement in the atrium the mandril is withdrawn to avoid puncturing the thin-walled right atrial appendage.

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  • In four single columns he succeeds in puncturing every single piece of sanctimonious posturing vented by Emperor Tony in his sad little speech.

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  • Tattooing is a process of puncturing the skin and depositing pigments, usually indelible ink, by a variety of methods beneath the skin to create a desired design or pattern.

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  • At 10,000-year-old sites in Tanzoumaitak, Algeria, tattooing instruments used for puncturing the skin were found with the female tattooed mummy of Tassili N'Ajje.

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  • Skin tests are performed by administering a tiny dose of the suspected allergen by pricking, scratching, puncturing, or injecting the skin.

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  • Puncturing the skin can result in many adverse side effects including but not limited to pain, swelling, infection and potential death if any infection enters the blood stream.

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  • While the puncturing or eruption of the water or inserts is unlikely, it is possible that leakage can occur if the lining is severed with a sharp object or pressure is applied to the point of bursting.

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