Breech-pin in a sentence

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Warren reports a case of a man of thirty-five whose eyeball was destroyed by the explosion of a gun, the breech-pin flying off and penetrating the head.
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The orbit was crushed; fourteen months afterward the man complained of soreness on the hard palate, and the whole breech-pin, with screw attached, was extracted.
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I therefore continued the incision along the side of the nose to the nostril, thus laying open the right nasal cavity; then, seizing the foreign body with a pair of strong forceps, I with difficulty removed the complete breech-pin of a Chinese gun.
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The breech-pin measures a little over three inches in length, and weighs 21 ounces, or 75.6 grams.
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Thudicum mentions the case of a man who walked from Strafford to Newcastle, and from Newcastle to London, where he died, and in his brain was found the breech-pin of a gun.
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Halsted reports the history of a boy of seventeen, who, while out fowling, had the breech-pin of a shot-gun blown out, the sharp point striking the forehead in the frontal suture, crushing the os frontis, destroying 1 3/4 inches of the longitudinal sinus, and causing severe hemorrhage from both the longitudinal and frontal sinuses.
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Examples of Breech-pin

Example #1
In 1886 cholera caused at least 100,000 deaths in Japan.
Example #2
Gooch mentions a case in which the whole vagina sloughed, yet to his surprise the patient recovered.
Example #3
In the latter part of 1886 cholera was carried from Genoa to Buenos Ayres, and crossing the Andean range invaded the Pacific coast for a second time.
Example #4
Aetius and Benivenius speak of recovery in such cases after loss of the whole uterus.
Example #5
The zone of accidental epidemics, between the parallels of 45 degrees north and 35 degrees south latitude.
Example #6
The destruction of the parts was so complete and the opening so large as to bring into view the whole inner surface of the pelvis, in spite of which, after prolonged suppuration, the wound cicatrized from behind forward and health returned, except as regards the inconvenience of feces and urine.