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causing great physical or mental suffering
"a wrenching pain"
The act by which something is wrenched.
The numerical value of wrenching in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of wrenching in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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This is gut-wrenching for anyone who has entrusted a care facility with the well-being and safety of a loved one.
I constantly blamed Kate Upton after it happened, i started slumping my shoulders to hide my breast size, wearing baggy clothes, started despising my own body. . . . You chalk it up to, ‘ This is how it is. ’ And you go through this gut-wrenching struggle of, ‘ How much of Kate Upton am I required to sacrifice ?'.
It's a total nightmare ; it's a total feeling of no control. It's heart-wrenching, i just want my son home no matter what it takes. Please release him and send him home to his family.
I found Dr. Ford's testimony to be heart-wrenching, painful, compelling, and I believe that Susan Collins believes what Susan Collins testified to, but we also had a case where Judge Kavanaugh came forward and said,' I'm 100 percent certain that this did not happen,' so here you have two people who are each 100 percent certain of what they're saying under pain of perjury. So then I had to look at the other evidence, and was there corroborating evidence, and that's why I pushed hard for the FBI to do a supplemental background investigation.
I just had this horrible gut-wrenching feeling just knowing how much of a struggle this was going to be because I knew her lungs were compromised even before this... fear, just the worst fear that you could feel, i knew it was going to be rough on her.
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