Although most historians are familiar with the exhortations against "onanism," the volume will provide much new information for specialists and generalists alike, such as the relatively late emergence of that term, the debilities
associated with it, and the medical model upon which those debilities
This matter of aging and its debilities
attracts me for obvious reasons.
Do they believe him less of a terrorist because he had debilities
from a childhood accident?
The body hampers the mind and soul with its petty wants, needs, debilities
, and imperfections.
Peter then produced a book printed by TP Salt in 1866 - A Treatise on Deformities and Debilities
of the Lower Extremities.
As a consequence, it is not unusual for individuals seriously ill from a variety of disorders, including senescence, to share common debilities
(e.g., loss of body weight, impaired thermoregulation, electrolytic imbalances, postural hypotension, sleep disorders).