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Use "wrenching" in a sentence
"Mr. Obama said he is confident that both sides can agree to his goal of a secure Jewish state of Israel and a sovereign state of Palestine, but warned that it will require what he called "wrenching compromise" from both sides."
"They will crimp economic growth and require what he calls wrenching changes."
"Museum of Art before retiring at the end of 2008, in what he called a wrenching decision."