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verb tr., intr.: To sprain or wrench.
From Middle Low German wricken (to sprain). Earliest documented use: 1305.
“Fraulein Hunyády had wricked her ankle that afternoon when coming down stairs.”
Dennis Wheatley; The Duke de Richleau Series; Bloomsbury; 2014.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Men rarely (if ever) managed to dream up a god superior to themselves. Most gods have the manners and morals of a spoiled child. -Robert A. Heinlein, science-fiction author (7 Jul 1907-1988)