immobile


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Synonyms for immobile

not capable of movement or of being moved

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securely fixed in place

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Aubameyang and Immobile combined well before a slip by Arteta, who had recovered from his ankle injury to anchor the midfield, left the Gunners exposed.
Immobile, looking anything but, ran from his own half, with Kieran Gibbs and Koscielny standing off him, then almost fell over his feet which deceived the Arsenal defence.
Immobile then steered a perfect cross shot beyond Szczesny and into the far post.
Defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos and last season's Serie A top scorer Immobile had a couple of efforts that sailed wide before Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny denied Gabon international Aubameyang from close range.
Immobile, who scored a hat-trick against Fluminense, was the top scorer in Serie A last season with Torino and has sealed a transfer to Borussia Dortmund.
Following a debut campaign in Italy's top flight in which he scored only fiVe goals in 33 league appearances for Genoa and, after hearing criticism that he was not ready for the big time, Immobile has proVed week-in and week-out this season at Torino that he does haVe what it takes.
Cassano also makes the cut after some excellent performances for Parma this term, while Torino star and Serie A top goalscorer Immobile has also been included alongside Mattia Destro, Lorenzo Insigne and Marco Verratti.
Nurses who work in remote areas and small clinics are often confronted with patients who are immobile and need advice for pressure care.
They found that only female mice of the Post group spent significantly more time immobile in the forced swim test than mice that did not express mutant DISC1.
In cases where a resident is so immobile that he or she cannot use the computer, the teen mentor will take down the resident's "writings" and enter the information in the computer for them.
Thousands of miles to stand / here, immobile, by a lake either freezing / or thawing, snow advancing or receding.
A few did survive; they were immobile but alive when the fox carried them to what seemed to be a storage site.
He is slow, immobile around the pitch and he won't run to make a tackle.
Podiatrists had planned to examine the boys this weekend and tentatively planned foot surgeries the next week if needed, but the exams have been postponed until summer because timely procedures needed by babies already on the clinic's roster filled the schedule and recovery in summer's swelter is hindered by an immobile cast, said Naleen Prasad, chief resident for the project and a resident at City of Angels Medical Center in Los Angeles.
As memories of his youth flood his immobile body, questions of a different path and a different life, questions of compromise and loss are all described with the emotional impact of a kind of lyrical prose poetry.