Reattach sentence example

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  • I gave you one pass, but if you ever look at me like lunch again, I'll rip those fangs out of your head and shove them so far up your ass they'll reattach.
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  • Reattach the cover plate and affix with the screws.
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  • A general, emergency, or orthopedic surgeon makes the final determination about whether surgery should be performed to reattach the amputated part(s).
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  • As long as you reattach the new outlet the same way the old one was connected, it will work.
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  • Avulsion injuries require surgery to reattach the nerve root to the spinal cord.
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  • Sections of gum that are not likely to reattach to the teeth may be removed to promote healing by healthy sections of gum.
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  • When tubes are cut but remain their original size, the ends can reattach over time, making it possible for an egg to make it down to the uterus where it can be fertilized.
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  • This is most likely to occur several years after the tubal has been performed as it is a slow process for the tubes to reattach.
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  • The missing piece makes it much more difficult, sometimes impossible, for the tubes to reattach.
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  • A pair of scissors can trim trailing threads and bandages, and if you bring a needle and thread, you can reattach a swimsuit strap or fix an embarrassing hole right in the restroom, changing room, or cabana.
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  • It folds out to an 18-inch square pillow and when you reattach the Velcro closing, it turns back into a huggable stuffed animal.
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  • When this occurs, it is best to buy a replacement piece and reattach it to the device.
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  • After your meat of choice is inserted, then you need to reattach the end wheel.
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  • While one student continues to hold the balloon shut, have the other student put the string through the straw and reattach it to the wall with a push pin.
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  • First aid or emergency care given immediately after the amputation has a critical impact on both the physicians' ability to salvage and reattach the severed part(s) and the patient's ability to regain feeling and function.
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  • The goal of surgery in congenital muscular torticollis is to cut and then reattach the SCM muscle in a way that will remove the constricting bands of fibrous tissue, improve range of motion, and allow the head to be held vertically.
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