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not capable of movement or of being moved

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securely fixed in place

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The post Immobile hat-trick destroys Milan's perfect record appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Insigne was delighted to again play alongside Immobile.
Despite my (JuVe) past, I was welcomed in the Torino camp with a lot of enthusiasm, something I didn't expect would happen," said Immobile.
Wallis emphasizes the importance of mobile phones within social-techno practices and argues that mobile phones enable immobile mobility for young migrant women, who come from rural areas with little knowledge, few skills, and low social status and who use mobile phones to try to establish their modern rural-urban identity to live up to the conception of modernity in contemporary China.
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.
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.
There was one more model--Bluebird CN7, 1996/2002--this one of a record-breaking race car, immobile but with its parachute open as if filled with wind.
The new ordinance prohibits owners from tying dogs to structures or immobile objects unless it is to allow the animal's caretaker ``to complete a temporary task that requires the dog to be physically restrained for a reasonable period.
If you came upon an immobile body and you yourself could not determine whether it was dead or alive, I think that you would decide to consider it alive until somebody could prove it was dead.
The town has been dead for a long time, and so has this old car, now little more than a shell, immobile on a field of desert grass.
The prisoner alleged that there was no room in his cell, making him immobile and restrained for long periods of time, and that prison staff failed to remove the bed from his cell daily.
The surgeon wondered about the tell-tale skate abrasions on Pat's cast, but Duffy denied that he had been pulling stairs while he was supposed to be totally immobile.
The chapter by Peter Fralick on "Geochemistry of elastic sedimentary rocks: ratio techniques" deals with the tailoring of ratios to prove immobility using immobile elements from minerals that have similar hydrodynamic behavior, the use of spider diagrams with MORB or mantle normalization to deduce provenance and the tectonic control of elemental abundances, and the use of ratios to determine hydraulic sorting relationships in paleoplacer deposits.
A LOOSE CONNECTION OR A RUSTED BOLT CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MOVING OR BEING IMMOBILE.