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1 The risk of incapacitation increases with advancing years, and increases more rapidly after the age of 55.
2 Incapacitation by sickness or disease caused directly or indirectly by your misconduct.
3 The death or incapacitation of the defendant's only family member capable of caring for the defendant's minor child or minor children.
4 I have never, ever, experienced such complete, instant incapacitation as being hit with the M26 Taser.
5 But like tear gas, it has only one effect: incapacitation.
6 This is a good indication that future news of his incapacitation would not shock.
7 There has been no satisfactorily effective method for the clinical treatment of articular cartilage degradation and functional incapacitation due to traumas and cartilage lesions up till now.
8 So cold, in fact,[www.Sentencedict.com] that staying in it can seriously impact your morale and can (in some locations) lead to incapacitation.
9 In the earlier period, it show mobile arthrosis ache , swelling and dysfunction; while in the advanced stage, it show arthrosis rigor, deformed, functional incapacitation or even disability.
10 It may have been an unavoidable reason , like problems at home or incapacitation .
11 So cold, in fact, that staying in it can seriously impact your morale and can lead to incapacitation .
12 The experiments were done in two parts: (1)The protective effect of head shielding on the incapacitation of general performance capacity postexposure observed by rotarod method.
13 Sick leave is a form of insurance that is accumulated in order to provide a cushion for incapacitation due to illness.
14 Mandibular segmental defect or asymmetry due to congenital or acquired factors will lead to severe functional incapacitation and facial deformity.
15 Appointing an Acting President in the event of the FAI President's death or incapacitation.
16 Objective: To prevent and remedy symptoms of paralysis such as contracture of joints and stiff limbs, to increase the recovery rate of cerebral apoplexy and to decrease the rate of incapacitation.
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