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Patients in the control group had untorn discoid lateral menisci.
Emerging from Twain's tender mercies, religion has few garments left untorn.
Admission: Suggested donation of $3 and one clean, untorn blanket; homeless get in free
Days later, in a Pittsburgh hotel room, I watched Lyndon Baines Johnson's Democratic nomination speech: 'I truly believe that we someday will see an America that knows no North or South, no East or West--an America that is undivided by creed or color, and untorn by suspicion or strife.
With limbs untorn, with head unsmitten, with senses unimpaired by despair, we know what we ourselves might have been on the rack, on the scaffold, and in the most afflicting circumstances of distress .
For those who must have a more mainstream salad to start, there's a simple play on Caesar with untorn leaves of crisp romaine ($9), slivers of parmesan and the tartness and crunch of anchovy toast.
In Stigmata, which collects Cixous's newest essays, she explores the intersections between poetry, philosophy, and language and looks at reading as a site of knowledge: "I would like so much this unknown untorn page.