severed


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
For the best results, the severed limb should be reattached in six hours.
Two severed heads, however, were also spotted in the picture face up.
On Monday, police wrestled Bobokulova to the ground as she was displaying the severed head of a child outside a Moscow metro station, in an incident that stirred fears of an Islamist terrorist attack.
Although the face of the severed head resembles the Malaysian victim, it still has to undergo the process of verification, according to the military.
The findings also show that Hafiz Naeem had his left leg broken while both of his arms had been severed from his body.
The severed lots were provisionally approved by the Committee of Adjustment at its Jul.
Reminiscent of the fighting between Terminator-style robots and human beings, The Severed Tower is a good choice for teens who enjoyed writings like War of the Worlds by H.
In what appears to be a series of unrelated accidents, four undersea data cables responsible for the transmission of millions of phone calls and the majority of internet data between East Africa, the Middle East and Europe have been severed in the course of two weeks by ships dragging anchors in the Red Sea.
Procedures that have been made possible by microsurgery include removing cataracts and implanting a new lens, replacing one of the tiny bones in the middle ear to treat deafness and restoring a severed limb by rejoining disconnected blood vessels and nerves.
Scientists discovered as early as 1941 that severed amphibian limbs produce current as they regenerate.
The court also stated that the Ruvalcabas must first seek a declaratory judgment determining that access through the severed parcel is unreasonable.
A RENOWNED magician has won pounds 15,000 compensation after doctors at a Warwickshire hospital failed to spot a severed tendon in his hand.

Full browser ?