And most of those deaths come from said poor data (in particular, a 2002 study with another loaded name: pang).
I felt a pang of shame—it was time to take my sons to Africa.
If I ever had a pang of jealousy, it was for that, when I knew he and she must have had a relationship that was ﬁred by intellect.
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Defense lawyers revealed the FBI suspected pang had Taiwanese mob ties.
It appeared they had travelled together; that thought gave him a pang.
Here the pang suddenly struck her; she was not so numb, after all!
She had suffered so bitterly that a pang of merely sentimental woe seemed a gratuitous cruelty.
She could never have believed she could have felt such a pang.
The pang of loneliness which followed her brother Jedediah's departure for the Klondike was as nothing to this.
A sudden sharp spasm of pain.