current edition of WWF Magazine shows in intricate detail how wrestler Chris Benoit performs his trademark Crippler
Crossface - "arguably the most feared submission hold in the sport".
 These numbers suggest that tort suits are not the crippler
of courts and industry that the proponents of tort reform suggest.
It's not like this is a "killer" disease, or even a crippler
like polio or macular degeneration.
self-sustaining source of funds for the support of research, the voluntary health organization." Publicity campaigns played on terror and sentiment (in a chilling film, the shadow of a figure with a crutch, "the Crippler
," falls over sunny scenes while a voice intones, "I'm especially fond of children") and March of Dimes poster children made the money pour in.
The greatest crippler
she faces is not her disabilities, but others' severe ignorance and profound underestimation of her abilities.
It is the Joint Electronic Warfare Center's hope that through its UAV study and a tangible demonstration of the power of on-board EW systems, the services will develop requirements and reap the benefits of the ultimate enemy force crippler
Spina bifida, a congenital disease of the spinal column, is considered the nation's to crippler
of newborn children.
Today it's called America's primary crippler
. It affects one in every seven people -- one in every three families.
The great crippler
affects 20 million Americans and costs over $4 billion in lost income, productivity and health care.
Peabody became an Anti-Hero with a shut-up-and-skate approach, and tech-gnar like this 'oop disaster up the crippler
Soldiers arrived in special trains at Fazakerley rail station.; SOAK: Polio baths, late 50s: Polio was known as 'the crippler
' and it was very difficult to make a good recovery from.