Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of incapacitating, or the state of being incapacitated; the act of disqualifying; disqualification.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of incapacitating or state of being incapacitated; incapacity; disqualification.
“Ultra-cheap Irish airline Ryanair's chief executive, Michael O'Leary, has already called for single-pilot operation on short-haul flights, arguing computers do most of the flying, pilot incapacitation is rare and flight attendants could be trained to pinch hit in emergencies.”
“While the definition of incapacitation varies by state, typically two doctors are required to confirm it before the springing power of attorney kicks in.”
“If your disease will lead to long-term incapacitation, naming a successor trustee to replace you when you can't act on your own behalf is important.”
“A reader of this blog, the mildly Likudnik D.E., is such a person, and here is what he says, by e-mail, about the current situation in Israel in light of what looks to be Ariel Sharon's imminent death or long-term incapacitation:”
“The possibility of a short term incapacitation rendering you unable to work for some period of time during your working lifetime is about one in four.”
“Their purpose is short-term incapacitation only to affect an arrest.”
“The next step up brings us to incapacitation, which is also non-lasting.”
“COG even envisions the enactment of such authority for reasons of "incapacitation" (whatever that is) even if no emergency exists.”
“I disagree it is THAT simple -- imagine the precedent set once a President sends anyone, let alone his own Vice-President to Gitmo, based only on a political disagreement -- and even if Gitmo would be a de facto "incapacitation" there is again NO Constitutional procedure for Cheney's removal from the Office of Vice President other than inpeachment.”
“Here’s the threat: AB 1539 defines permanent incapacitation, which is the logical first step in compassionate release procedure.”
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