maimed


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people who are wounded

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having a part of the body crippled or disabled

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I am a poor, maimed, discharged soldier, and must be content to rub through life as I can.
No--don't say that--your life need not be maimed," said Dorothea, gently.
The ugly monster, when he saw me, distorted several ways, every feature of his visage, and stared, as at an object he had never seen before; then approaching nearer, lifted up his fore-paw, whether out of curiosity or mischief I could not tell; but I drew my hanger, and gave him a good blow with the flat side of it, for I durst not strike with the edge, fearing the inhabitants might be provoked against me, if they should come to know that I had killed or maimed any of their cattle.
He said that over the past three decades, countless massacres like the one in Kupwara 24 years ago became the routine affair of forces in Kashmir wherein innocent Kashmiris including elderly, children, youth and women were brutally killed and maimed.
He strongly denounced the continued house detention of party leaders including Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai, Mohammad Ashraf Laya, Hakim Abdul Rashid, Mohammad Yasin Attai, Bashir Ahmad Irfani and Syed Imtiyaz Hyder, saying, 'Our youth are being killed and maimed and we are not even allowed to share their pain.
Saeed has been declared a global terrorist by the United Nations and the US for his role in the Mumbai attack which claimed the lives of 166 people and maimed over 300 others.
Afghanistan recorded the highest number of verified child casualties since the UN started documenting civilian casualties in 2009, with 3,512 children killed or maimed last year -- an increase of 24 per cent compared to the previous year.
A sum of nine citizens of Tal Afar in Nineveh province were maimed in yet another brutal method of execution by the ISIL terrorist group," the Arabic-language media outlets quoted an unnamed source as saying.
Leila Zerrougui, the Special Representative on Children and Armed Conflict said the Secretary-General's annual report on children and armed conflict shows that children were recruited and used, killed and maimed, victims of sexual violence and other grave violations in 23 country situations last year.
But when such wanton savagery takes place, it is understandable that those hired for a night's work fear they will be murdered or maimed.
In the first three months of 2012 alone, 13 children were reported killed and another 12 maimed by unexploded ordnance or mines in 12 reported incidents.
THE family of a prison guard maimed in a vicious attack has been accused of "sour grapes" after calling for his attacker to be retried.
TERRIBLY maimed in battle, Scots soldier Sergeant Gary Jamieson will discover today just exactly the esteem in which he and his fellow warriors are held by their countrymen and women.
Every year people are maimed for life because they don't understand that gunpowder is dangerous.
What really annoyed me was the booing when next week's panel was announced including Nick Griffin, the leader of the only political party that unreservedly states the immediate withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan, thus avoiding any more being killed or maimed by an elusive enemy - the one no army has ever subjugated.