mental faculty

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During the meeting with Bill de Sunny the Chairman of Super Fight Promotion Company, His Highness described the martial arts as one of the games which provide the fighter opportunity to display skills, endurance, stamina and mental faculty in the form that does not contravene with internationally-recognized legal frames.
I appreciate that for some people slowing down to 50 or 60 mph to travel on the single carriageway is equivalent to the effect kryptonite has on Superman, inducing paralysis and loss of mental faculty.
He said that daycare centre would be equipped with toys, television and most modern facilities for caring the health of babies besides enhancing their mental faculty by taking services of governesses in the daycare centre.
The law then defines "serious physical pain or suffering" as an injury that involves "substantial risk of death, extreme physical pain, a burn or physical disfigurement of a serious nature," and "significant loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or mental faculty.
That mental faculty has been one of the focal points of the trial, which began in December 2001.