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Because of a lack of consistent rules, standards and record-keeping, the audit said Metro “cannot reasonably ensure that its employees and contractors” who work dangerous jobs “are free from impairment that could cause incapacitation.”

That way, the Senate still slows things down, but not to the point of incapacitation.

Yet progressives have, if anything, more reason to worry about the incapacitation of government than conservatives.

The unjust and absurd Act of Incapacitation was carried by seventy-four voices to twenty-four.

Employees may retire for age at 70, or for physical incapacitation between 65 and 69.

Nothing short of incapacitation of the whole squad would have brought forth a stay in activities.

Of the koshimoto, two were the favoured concubines during the incapacitation of the wife.


On this page you'll find 142 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incapacitation, such as: elimination, exclusion, awkwardness, clumsiness, debarment, and incapacity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.