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LEONARD WAS ABOUT TO trim down an old tooth for a crown and I was all numbed up, listening to the Beatles--Abbey Road--on small headphones.
We are just and numb to terms with " Gerald had been driving his blue and white Austin Mini Sky Rose west along St Helens Road towards Atherleigh Way when it crashed with a whiteGerald devastated BMW, which was travelling east.
Sarah can't believe it, she's just numb with the shock of it all FAMILY FRIEND on loss of mum sarah owen
In a statement Mr Price's family said: "We are all numb and shattered at losing our beloved Boy."
They found that Numb is required for cells to maintain the correct balance between stem cells and differentiated cells in the gland.
Team Comfortably Numb was given the project by its sponsor and co-inventor, Mehdi Razavi, a cardiac electrophysiologist at the Texas Heart Institute.
"I had a disc that was nicking on my sciatic nerve and my leg was going numb during games.
Symptom Achievement Cluster [beta] SE CI Lower CI Upper Separate Reexp -0.34 * 0.08 -0.50 -0.18 Avoid -0.24 ([dagger]) 0.08 -0.40 -0.08 Numb -0.42 * 0.07 -0.56 -0.28 Hyper -0.32 * 0.08 -0.48 -0.16 Simultaneous: Ind.
He admitted he was "numb" after his watching his side surrender a 2-0 lead to lose on penalties to Conference North side North Ferriby United.
After losing both her son and husband to the disease, Susie confessed to feeling "numb" at being diagnosed.
The end result is that we can selectively numb the part of the body to be operated on and provide necessary and desired analgesia."