incapacitate


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And then she mentioned how often she had heard of Lady Southdown from that excellent man the Reverend Lawrence Grills, Minister of the chapel in May Fair, which she frequented; and how her views were very much changed by circumstances and misfortunes; and how she hoped that a past life spent in worldliness and error might not incapacitate her from more serious thought for the future.
These agents who tie themselves to masts, take irrationality pills, go to sleep, take sedatives, or the like willingly incapacitate themselves, but they do not do so culpably.
Gross argues that physicians would not violate their oath to do no harm by helping to develop and test weapons that induce physical pain, abnormal psychological states, or unconsciousness to temporarily incapacitate a victim.
THE Taser is designed to incapacitate rather than injure.
A direct to brain stem shot is the only way to incapacitate a subject.