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As usual the ride over the plain is very tedious and tiring to the limbs—a hilly country in moderation is much more comfortable.
She could walk about, and she had complete control of her limbs.
Once the changes have taken place, there is no hope of the patient ever recovering the normal use of his limbs.
Bridget B. claimed retrospectively that she felt dead or drugged, that her limbs were lifeless, she felt as if she had lockjaw.
BENIGN STUPORSAUGUST HOCH
Back there in the still house his limbs were stiffening upon his kitchen floor.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
O fair youth, help me up with my burden, for my limbs are stiff and weak with years.
THE ONTARIO READERSONTARIO MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
The wind blew Ursula's face, and her clothes cleaved to her limbs.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
Munk and Sippell found that it gave rise in animals to paralysis of the limbs, and occasionally asphyxic convulsions before death.
Many of the pines on this ridge were two feet in diameter, and a hundred feet high, with small clusters of limbs around the tops.
He does not eat grass, but browses on the limbs and branches of several kinds of trees.