incapacitating


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Related to incapacitating: deteriorating, squandered, brought up
See: disabling
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They are only interested in incapacitating our armed forces, defeating security preparedness of our country."
Accordingly, they are responsible for incapacitating themselves.
Incapacitating weapons take advantage of the knowledge that medical scientists and practitioners have accumulated throughout history for the purpose of healing.
Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons reveals important conflicts between military and police use of emerging nonlethal weapon technologies and demonstrates how such technologies may threaten the current international norms set forth by the Chemical Weapons Convention.
When our group at the University of Toronto began using topical gentamicin ablation therapy for incapacitating unilateral Meniere's disease in the 1980s, we administered a concentrated solution of 25 mg/ml three times daily for 3 days.
Even those who are skeptical of psychiatric pretensions cannot easily dismiss Pies' invocation of "the young man, rocking back and forth in a pool of his own urine, responding to voices from 'a CIA computer' that are instructing him to kill himself." If such a person is indeed suffering from an incapacitating brain disease, it should be possible to allow his family to make treatment decisions on his behalf.
Three days later, all four had a sudden onset of malaise, fever (up to 40[degrees]C), retroocular pain, generalized headache, conjunctival suffusion, flushing of the face and neck, myalgias, and severe incapacitating polyarthralgias and polyarthritis which mainly involved the small joints of the hands, wrists, ankles, and toes.
"But if the trials prove successful, the Tasers should provide another useful addition to other existing ways of incapacitating a person such as CS spray."
population, provides the best available, previously published lethal and incapacitating toxic potency values for smoke from commercial products, determines the potential for various size fires to produce smoke yields that could result in sublethal exposures, and provides state-of-the-art information on the production of condensed components of smoke and their evolutionary changes during transport from fire .
RTIs are also incapacitating - they reduce the affected individual's ability to work and are the underlying cause of millions of lost days of work due to ill health.
During a running fight a policewoman was punched in the face and after six men were arrested, Inspector Brian Osbourne said: "Incapacitating gas was used.
As the mandatory notice on all olestra-containing foods explains, the non-fat fat "may cause abdominal cramping and loose stools." What the notice doesn't say is that some people have suffered incapacitating cramps and severe diarrhea, and that olestra can deplete your body of fat-soluble carotenoids and other phytochemicals in fruits and vegetables that may lower your risk of cancer, blindness, and possibly heart disease.