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As soon as the first effects were over, the injured, the deaf, and lastly, the crowd in general, woke up with frenzied cries.
And will not men who are injured be deteriorated in that which is the proper virtue of man?
Then men who are injured are of necessity made unjust?
They raised the injured man; people volunteered to help.
Raskolnikov began to realise that he might have made a mistake in having the injured man brought here.
The injured man opened his eyes and without recognition or understanding gazed at Raskolnikov who was bending over him.
The doctor came in, a precise little old man, a German, looking about him mistrustfully; he went up to the sick man, took his pulse, carefully felt his head and with the help of Katerina Ivanovna he unbuttoned the blood-stained shirt, and bared the injured man's chest.
When given medical clearance, this includes working joint areas that are proximal (above) and distal (below) the injured joint.
The clinics are used by injured veterans, including those with spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis, to learn basic computer skills like word processing and Internet surfing.
Democrats and Republicans, a deal was reached--Senate Bill 899--that purports to bring employers some relief, while ensuring that California's severely injured workers receive the benefits they deserve.
There is evidence that injured parties who get involved in the legal system are at greater risk for poor medical outcomes than those who don't litigate, and any debate on the issue of tort reform should take this information into account.
The areas that are most typically injured are the arms and wrists, legs, abdomen, head, chest, and genitals, respectively (Conterio et al.