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“Incapable," replied the other, with a cool but humorous kind of gravity; "troth, then it's disgrace I'd bring on my taicher if I couldn't sit a saddle an 'handle a whip with the best o' them.”
“Incapable of helping my husband or of summoning help, if needed, in a hospital?”
“Incapable of original thought .... and the Party of No ... of course they have to dub over somebody elses song.”
“Incapable of containing her excitement, she had been ready to celebrate then and there.”
“« Amis at 60: Incapable of writing a dull sentence.”
“Incapable of believing that Beck thought this was going too far, Black exclaimed, "This is a guy who uses more swastika props and video of the Nuremberg rallies than the History Channel.”
“Natalie, Are you Really Incapable Of Thinking? by arlen custer on Tuesday, Jan 5, 2010 at 8: 24: 22 AM”
“Incapable of revealing anything worth revealing by way of play and toy.”
““Incapable of making pancakes,” I said, “but able to grab insects out of the air.””
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