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The charred and twisted remnants of OS-X, the firm’s first launch, are strewn across the floor of its laboratory in Daxing, a suburb of Beijing.
Stackpole’s son was thrown to the ground and punched, and officers twisted and threatened to break his arm, according to the complaint.
Women deserve to be looking at a version of female friendship that’s complicated and messy and nuanced and tangled and twisted.
Several of his friends tell Ms McKenna that Mr Lynch combines a sweet nature with dark, twisted fascinations.
Then silence, save for the hissing, ticking and clicking of a dying engine, punctuated by the onerous groan of the tree as its roots tore from the earth and began to topple in front of the twisted wreck.
In the years after the attack, some survivors would endure amputation, paralysis, severe scarring, twisted torsos and limbs, cataracts, thyroid disease, and heart disease.
Some of President Trump’s remarks twisted history and raised false hope that the remains of all missing Americans from the Korean War will be coming home.
But for now the focus is on wrapping up the twisted journey that was high school.
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TWISTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of twisted for English Language Learners
: strange and unpleasant : not normal
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