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someone who doesn't understand what is going on

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a fabric interwoven with threads of metal

deprive of the use of a limb, especially a leg

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pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness

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disabled in the feet or legs

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The BHA believes it was correct that the stewards held an inquiry into Mr Hughes's pulling up of Clondaw Draft after the line, as it was apparent the horse was not dismounted immediately when it had appeared to have gone lame when pulled up to a trot after the finishing line," a BHA statement read.
First off, the Lame Ducks won in Ottawa on February 13 with a workmanlike 3:1 victory over their juniors.
Ronald Reagan is the only lame duck to have handed the White House keys to a member of his own party (his vice president, George H.
However, he was found to be lame yesterday morning.
Lame Deer: Seeker of Visions is the biography of a contemporary Lakota elder and holy man was co-written by an unlikely source.
The objectives of the present study were 1) to establish a reference range of hematological profile in male and female racing camels, 2) to use step-wise multivariate discriminant analysis to study the variability in normal, lame and fractured camels, and lastly 3) to develop a model which could group camels in one of these three groups (normal, lame, and fractured) using only a few of the routine hematological parameters.
En muchos aspectos Manuel Quintin Lame fue un hombre fronterizo, cuya vida da plena cuenta de la condicion de interculturalidad del hombre moderno.
The prospect of such delays helped ensure ratification of the 20th Amendment, supposedly banishing forever the prospect that lame ducks could stall such urgent business as legislation to address the dislocations of the Great Depression.
Lame says operators of housing that is susceptible to infestations--such as hotels, college dorms, apartments, and shelters--should make plans for preventing and responding to the problem.
Goldie Alexander (text) Lame Duck Protest IP Kidz, 2009 unpaged $24.
1 : not able to get around without pain or difficulty <a lame horse>
Sniggering schoolboy rock was never so lame - nor as artistically bankrupt - as Something In Your Mouth, the first song on their latest album.
A two-year study for the English Beef and Lamb Executive says the key may lie in switching the emphasis from whole flock lameness management to early treatment of individual lame sheep.
OLLIE MAGERN is the latest National casualty after pulling up lame.
The notion of writing inside Los pensamientos del indio que se educo dentro de las selvas colombianas by Manuel Quintin Lame