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  • n. Obsolete spelling of palsy.


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  • By some miracle, she managed to not suffer the most common side effects of abruption — cerebral palsey.

    A Good Birth | Her Bad Mother

  • March 23rd, 2010 8:42 am ET it means my son who has cerebral palsey will finally have decent health insurance. yes our premiums will be higher, maybe even our taxes..but that is ok as long as he gets care.

    How could the health care bill impact you?

  • One had cerebal palsey, and I'm sorry to say the kids weren't always nice to him.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Defense in every circumstancias of deboutcheries no the chaste daffs I Pack pickets, pioghs and kughs to be palsey-putred!

    Finnegans Wake

  • How could a show that makes fun of cerebral palsey not strike a chord with me?

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • The scriptures have it: "Bile or palsey, cold or gout spring all alike."

    The Post Office

  • It restores speech to those that have the dumb palsey.

    Kidnapped: The Adventures of David Balfour

  • It hath brought palsey to bed, lyeth between the young bride and her bridegroom

    The Guardian World News

  • When he recovered a little from his sickness, he was suddenly struck with the dead palsey on one side, by which he lost the use of his right hand; so that I am obliged to dress and undress him like a child.

    Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph

  • A man, who has the palsey in one hand, has as perfect an idea of impenetrability, when he observes that hand to be supported by the table, as when he feels the same table with the other hand.

    A Treatise of Human Nature


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