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- v. Present participle of incapacitate.
- adj. That incapacitates
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. causing disability.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. that cripples or disables or incapacitates
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Clearly, some kind of incapacitating agent was used in this operation.
The report listed Lowe's injuries as "incapacitating" and he was taken by Rural/Metro Ambulance Service to University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment.
NHTSA estimated about 18,000 people a year are hurt in back-over accidents, with about 3,000 suffering "incapacitating" injuries.
Mitchell had four passengers in her car, including Samantha Smith, 18, and 2-month-old Zayadre Warren, both of whom were taken to Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center with injuries officers reported as "incapacitating," the most serious designation used by police.
Nor does Chertoff blush at "incapacitating" the innocent: "… we have arrested and successfully prosecuted a number of people … for acts that perhaps were not terrorist in nature but allowed us to incapacitate someone who we had reason to believe was a terrorist."
2622 Superior Ave. He suffered an "incapacitating" ankle injury and was taken to St. Nicholas Hospital for treatment.
Twelve other states had passed laws allowing abortion to protect the life or health of the mother, if the fetus had an 'incapacitating' physical deformity or mental deficiency, and in cases of rape or incest.) his handy-dandy map of states shows what would be likely to happen if Roe v Wade fell.
If successful I can actually see Taser being a use of force option ahead of CS and asp, it seems to cause less injury and there is less risk of incapacitating the officer as well.
Once they do, why won't Spock travel back in time to the point where Nero arrived in the "present" and help George Kirk destroy Nero's ship instead of merely incapacitating it?
The week before last my eldest brother Nick had a temporarily incapacitating stroke whilst hiking with his wife Lesley and a group of fellow travelers in the MacDonnell Ranges not too far distant from Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
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