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School districts have been paralyzed by two competing questions in recent months.
One of the dominant moods of 2020 has been paralyzing uncertainty, and it’s been particularly prevalent this week as Americans wait for the results of the presidential election.
The cyclist I hit is alive, he wasn’t paralyzed, and as far as I know, he has recovered from his physical injuries.
I HIT A CYCLIST WITH MY CARBROOKE WARRENOCTOBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
From TV ads to outdoor signage to social media ads, ads are paralyzing us.
The hope, he said, is to allow someone who is paralyzed to walk again.
Now, researchers suggest that these webs do more than just glue a spider’s meal in place — they may also swiftly paralyze their catch.
Bacteria living on their skin make a powerful paralyzing chemical.
They stood paralyzed and only recovered motive force when a neighbour suggested their reading the accompanying letter.
He paused, glanced through the open window, and there he saw a sight which for the moment paralyzed him.
The church seemed paralyzed with fear, and for sixteen months no successor was elected.
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