half-paralyzed love

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  • It took superhuman efforts of will and half-paralyzed muscles to keep him down and hold on to his gun hand at the same time.

    "Undersea Prisoner" by Harl Vincent, part 5

  • The single blow that had struck Merlo had half-paralyzed his arm.

    Spell of Magic – Part 9 « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

  • It was the first stage in a steady mental and physical disintegration that left him almost blind, half-paralyzed and bedridden, helplessly dependent on other people, unable to respond or eventually even to understand his wife, becoming almost lifeless before he finally died at the age of seventy-three in 1960.

    PEARL BUCK IN CHINA

  • Instead he clawed at his chest with a half-paralyzed arm.

    Minnesota Menage

  • He had made a point of telling her on any number of occasions that he never wanted to end up like his father—mute, half-paralyzed, and confined to a wheelchair.

    Bobby and Jackie

  • I've been striving to move for more than a year and now that it's happened I'm half-paralyzed with worry.

    Landed

  • I'd not intended her arrival into our midst to be so abrupt, nor to have it happen when less than 12 hours later, I was unconscious and half-paralyzed ... oh yeah, I ended up with half my body not working, still can't see right out of my left eye and there's the nightmarish slips into unconsciousness every few hours yet ...

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • At the heart of the novel is Semerket, the so-called Clerk of Investigations and Secrets, a detective half-paralyzed by problems of his own, with a reputation for heavy drinking and tactless behavior toward the great, the powerful, and the holy, a kind of Sam Spade of the ancient world, deeply (and dangerously) addicted to the truth.

    Year of The Hyenas: Summary and book reviews of Year of The Hyenas by Brad Geagley.

  • The knee drop in the gut half-paralyzed the prince; the Algonquian war hatchet held against the royal nose did paralyze him.

    The Shadow Of The Lion

  • Although his right arm still was half-paralyzed, he had taught himself to write with his left hand and cherished some hope of ultimate recovery.1 Long absence from the army had not destroyed the strategical complex he had developed during the Suffolk campaign.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

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