Definition of 'perforation'
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At the edge of the tab, there appeared to be a perforation, the tiniest of holes. THE SERPENT'S MARK (1989)Many of us suffer from mild perforation, a vague feeling of disassociation, the gentle murmuring of voices in the head. SPLITTING (1989)Split is clinical and distressing, morbid: perforation is a far more common occurrence. SPLITTING (1989)
Rachel finishes writing her check and the sound of the paper tearing along the perforation is soft and definite in the quiet. AUGUST HEAT (1989)
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