debilitation


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debilitation

being in a state of debility.
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Due to severe debilitation, Congressman Bedell eventually had to retire from Congress, but first, he paved the way to DSHEA.
These practices of bodily as well as infrastructural debilitation, loosely effaced in concerns about 'disproportionate force', indicate the extension or perhaps the mutation of the 'right to kill' claimed by states in warfare into what I am calling the 'right to maim'.
They are obliged to accept chances for 5-year survival with likely debilitation rather than complete remissions (cures).
Patients reported the severity of their headaches on a visual analogue scale, ranging from 1-10, to quantify the degree of debilitation experienced from the migraine.
She tells us about "the debilitation of growing up in a shame-honor culture," which impedes maturity.
I first trained with the American Stroke Association to run in the Disney Marathon in January 2006 to honor my aunt, who had suffered her first stroke with debilitation effects,'' Serewicz-Holmes said.
Our physical health is challenged with serious disease and debilitation.
His mother Trudy died three years ago after living with the pain and debilitation of rheumatoid arthritis for 20 years, as well as osteoarthritis.
We also know from bitter experience that one act of violence only leads to another, and the spiral soon becomes worse until a whirlwind of destruction, debilitation, and death sweeps over and takes an enormous toll.
KARACHI -- Just hour before the Sindh Government filed appeal in the Supreme Court of Pakistan against the Sindh High Court verdict that declared the local government amendments and debilitation as illegal, MQM filed a petition, pleading to become party in the case.
It could have been there for three to five years, according to my surgeon Ian Dunn, without any apparent sign of any debilitation.
He went on by saying that the recent Eurogroup decision on Cyprus, on March 25, is "exhausting" Cyprus, imposing the debilitation of its two largest banks.