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  • n. Plural form of limp.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of limp.


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  • Bolden will, no doubt, see to it that Constellatin limps into LEO (He's inherited a real porker).

    Bolden and Garver's Qualifications - NASA Watch

  • Half of are sick, fur matted, half ripped and chewed off ears, and with bad limps from the cuts and scratches on they legs.

    Air Time: Five Pellet Guns Reviewed Head to Head

  • XXXIX THE MAN WITHOUT a name limps into the wagon, his right foot bare and carrying a boot in one hand and a damp sock in the other.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • As an historical fact, his hand usually shakes so that he misses the animal, or only wounds him; and the stag limps away to die after days of suffering.

    In the Wilderness

  • While our critic said "such a throwback mentality is refreshing," he thought the film "kind of limps along, stopping off every now and then to favor us with a gun battle or beat down before continuing on its casual way."

    Filmcritic Reviews

  • And that's why the overall discussion of virtual environments just kind of limps along, making very little real progress these last 20 years.

    World of SL

  • It was two people in the first two movies they do kick the shit out of the killers a lot (but weirdly when you see them outta costume they don't have random bruises or limps which is funny)

    Oh No They Didn't!

  • As the U.S. economy limps out of recession, retailers need to fight for every dollar.

    15 Annoying Retailer Habits: Daily Finance

  • In this context, the admonitions from the White House and the Pentagon to be patient while this misbegotten strategy limps along the progress-road-to-nowhere seem perverse.

    Derrick Crowe: Pentagon Assertions of "Progress" In Afghanistan Are a Bad Joke

  • “Asshole,” she says as she limps away, just loudly enough for me to hear.



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