“Wound” in the news
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· Donald Trump Is Our National Catastrophe →
But the point here isn’t that Trump is responsible for the nation’s wounds.
· Witness describes brutal police attack on protester caught on video as Indianapolis police announce investigation →
They added that the victim “had an open wound on her hand from trying to protect her face and they slammed her so hard she bit her own hand.”
· The Vanuatu island in the eye of the storm →
The relief effort is barely a band-aid on the island’s gaping wounds.
· Column: Jaguars' Chris Conley Left a Long-Term Mark in Jacksonville During Friday's March →
But Conley took it a step further than that: he also dived into the racial wounds which have been left in Jacksonville over the last several decades.
The China Post
· Death row inmate walks free after 30 years in girl’s killing →
She had head wounds and had been partially wrapped in a garbage bag.
· Protests put spotlight on women of color as potential Biden running mate →
“I'll seek to heal the racial wounds that have long plagued our country, not use it for political gain.”
· LA Sparks' Tierra Ruffin-Pratt Is Never Giving Up The Fight →
But on a more personal note, Ruffin-Pratt is again opening a wound.
· On the Minds of Black Lives Matter Protesters: A Racist Health System →
For two weeks, a sick friend had a fever and could barely move from fatigue but refused to get tested, running through all the scenarios of what might happen if he had it: What if he wound up isolated in an ICU with no one to advocate at his bedside?
· Nio’s future depends more on the Chinese government than ever →
Instead, Nio wound up taking a $200 million loan from its founder and Tencent in September 2019, and then took on another $435 million worth of debt in early 2020 to fund its operations, before ultimately lining up the deal with Hefei.
The New York Times
· As N.B.A. Mulled Return, Financial Needs Emerged as Central →
faces what The Athletic recently estimated as a revenue loss approaching $1 billion if it fails to provide playoff games to its primary television partners, Disney and Turner Sports, concern is naturally mounting as with so many wounded businesses.