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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of maim.

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Examples

  • There also ought to be a direct word for "near fatally attacks" - something like "maims"?

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  • "It maims people, it cripples them and it makes their lives shorter because they cannot work and therefore they cannot eat," says Dr. Denis Daumerie, project manager of Neglected Tropical Diseases at the WHO in Geneva, who's been working with leprosy for nearly three decades.

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  • The gentle bull, not the vicious one, most often kills or maims his keeper.

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  • I had some misses, jams and missed oppurtunities but luckily no wounds or maims.

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  • "It maims people, it cripples them and it makes their lives shorter because they cannot work and therefore they cannot eat," says Dr. Denis Daumerie, project manager of Neglected Tropical Diseases at the WHO in Geneva, who's been working with leprosy for nearly three decades.

    Tiny East Timor Declares War On Leprosy

  • The gentle bull, not the vicious one, most often kills or maims his keeper.

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  • When anyone messes with him, he kills them or maims them without regret and without hesitation.

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  • "It maims people, it cripples them and it makes their lives shorter because they cannot work and therefore they cannot eat," says Dr. Denis Daumerie, project manager of Neglected Tropical Diseases at the WHO in Geneva, who's been working with leprosy for nearly three decades.

    Tiny East Timor Declares War On Leprosy

  • The thing feels no pain—but the broken bone maims it and it falls awkwardly to the ground.

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  • "It maims people, it cripples them and it makes their lives shorter because they cannot work and therefore they cannot eat," says Dr. Denis Daumerie, project manager of Neglected Tropical Diseases at the WHO in Geneva, who's been working with leprosy for nearly three decades.

    Tiny East Timor Declares War On Leprosy

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