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The painting shows a lizard-man impaling Arab children on his bayonet and eating them one by one.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: "It is believed the boy fell from a tree impaling his right arm on the metal spike.
Lucy Ohlson, 28, suffered brain injuries, a broken neck, a collapsed lung and lacerated liver when a plough sliced through her car before impaling her in the side.
ATEENAGER was airlifted to hospital after impaling his leg on his bike handlebars.
He complained: "They never even asked to see my impaling stick.
An adventurous youngster was today in hospital after slipping and impaling his leg on a branch.
The artist had thrust a length of PVC pipe through the screening wall, impaling the images.
But those teams connect cells to circuits by impaling the cells with needle-like electrodes, Fromherz notes.
A 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital with a serious leg injury after impaling himself on a railing outside his Warwickshire home.
Several theories have been proposed to explain the function and adaptive significance of impaling (and wedging) by true shrikes (Laniidae).
In Noces (1989), whose original theme dealt with the rigid ritualism of a peasant wedding, Preljocaj gnawed away at the theme of sexual anxiety and climaxed it with the men tossing life-sized dolls dressed as brides and finally impaling them on slabs of wood.
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