• (SAYING) Several news editorials have said the state could better spend its time healing a crippled economy.

    VOA: standard.2010.07.26

  • So in a town that's the size of new Haven with a population of let's say 100,000 people in just the immediate New Haven area, there might be 20 of these instances of very severe form of polio per year, 20 crippled children would result.


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  • One thinks of D. H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers, for example, in which the central character, Paul Morel, is crippled by an Oedipus complex that he can't master and the difficulties and complications of the plot are of this kind.


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  • An explosion crippled the spacecraft soon after the crew wrapped up a lengthy live television broadcast.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.04

  • He didn't wantto be called crippled just like I didn'twant to be called stupid.

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  • At the heart of the Geithner plan that is unjustified,". was too fragile, is a public-private partnership for buying the bad loans that have crippled U.S.

    VOA: standard.2009.03.24

  • More than 500 people packed an auditorium in Chicago to hear how NASA astronauts and flight controllers successfully brought the 1970 mission home after an explosion crippled the spacecraft.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.15

  • The militant group, which says it is fighting for a fairer share of the region's oil wealth, crippled daily oil production with series of attacks on oil facilities and personnel since early 2006.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.21

  • When rodeo clowns are too crippled, or too old, to work the ring any longer, most of these men and almost all of them are male find work anywhere they can to stay around a rodeo.

    VOA: standard.2010.01.25

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