from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See crippling.


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  • If the President makes a decision to review a NASA program for sanity sake as it just about killed science in physics and biology also cripling aeronautics and spacescience.

    Making The Big Decisions at NASA - NASA Watch

  • Even if The USA manages to get China and Russia on the group that can and will bring 'cripling sanctions' to Iran what would happen then?

    U.S. prepared to push for crippling sanctions, Iran warned

  • In brief, what happens with big particles is that they crack into much smaller ones due to these expansion/contraction cycles think of freeze/thaw cycles in the winter and lose contact with the electrode additives and the electrolyte, cripling the electrode life.

    Nano for batteries: the challenge of volumetric density

  • We have an injectable available to treat cripling, life ruining arthritis.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Fannie Mae Health Care”:

  • The cripling effect which it will have on the manufacturing and through it upon the agricultural interests of the country the debasing tendency which this warfare of the poor upon the rich will exert upon the morals of the people at large.

    Debater's Speech of Thomas J. Robinson, 1848

  • Stagflation, taxes through the roof, cripling cuts in public services.

    The Guardian World News

  • Now to take over and make this my own * aims his ion cannon at shadowmans satellite net work cripling it*

    Transformers News

  • Also it fails to mention his cripling fear of women and dialogue.


  • Would a military branch to protect our citizens against cripling costs by providing long term housing structures using military personell for maintenance, food and nursing but allowing private doctors to support their patients be possible?

    NewsHour with Jim Lehrer Podcast | PBS

  • Isn't it rather naive for the superpowers to impose cripling sanctions on Zimbabwe and expect life to stay normal ----- no cholera, no inflation, no political tensions.

    Mail & Guardian Online


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