Recent Examples of bruising from the Web
But now that means navigating a potentially bruising intraparty battle of Democrats’ own making.
That friendliness was in contrast to the bruising conflict between the orchestra and the Woodruff Arts Center, which led to lockouts in 2012 and 2014, picket lines, and harsh words.
Liposuction is often painful with heavy bruising and can require 6 months of healing, but according to Dr. Rollins, his method is closer to procedures like Botox or chemical peels.
But when his wife's grandmother asked about the bruising and swelling on her face, Reese began to yell.
Throw in Brexit and the contest looks even more bruising.
There was no infection, pain, bruising or nerve damage afterward.
The Post has been critical of Trump, helping stoke the bruising Twitter war between the two men.
Zolak had labeled the decision to throw the ball instead of handing it to the bruising running back Marshawn Lynch the worst play call in Super Bowl history.
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Definition of bruising for English Language Learners
: extremely rough or painful
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