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- n. Alternative form of paralysation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or process of paralyzing, or the state of being paralyzed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of paralyzing, or the state of being paralyzed. Also spelled paralysation.
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The front-page article "Foes Plan Post-Vote Deals" (Oct. 28) quotes Will Marshall of the "Democratic centrist" Progressive Policy Institute as saying, "The voters who matter most do not want to see a continuation of the paralyzation of American politics."
"The voters who matter most do not want to see a continuation of the paralyzation of American politics," said Will Marshall, president of the Democratic centrist Progressive Policy Institute.
His previous actions had betrayed a super human strength and speed, but her attacker had mistaken her reservation for paralyzation and was in no hurry now.
As Israel opposes an international investigation into the massacre, Gaza City-based Omar Ghraieb measures the devastating impacts of the blockade, the regular air strikes and the daily paralyzation of normal life against the backdrop of a very resilient culture.
In melee they typically attempt to engulf their victims (on a natural 20) at which time the victim some save ( -2 vs paralyzation) or be paralyzed.
The gate was still sticky in the August heat and it seemed a lot of bugs had landed and found their fate to be paralyzation in the thick goop someone had slopped all over.
I know what happened and I see a catastrophic paralyzation of every level of government.
A person with a missing limb, paralyzation, a mental illness, deformaty, or other such disabilities CANNOT do that.
Meaning things like loss of limb, blindness, paralyzation, neurological and muscular disorders and diseases, physical deformaties.
The lack of resolution is an extension of this way of life, this state of emotional paralyzation.