paralyzer


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paralyzer

(păr′ă-līz″ĕr)
1. That which causes paralysis.
2. A substance that inhibits a chemical reaction.
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The muscle paralyzer that's gaining popularity as a wrinkle reducer--focusing on smoothing out laugh lines, crow's feet and frown lines between the eyebrows--has gone mainstream now that the Food and Drug Administration has approved that the drug can be marketed for cosmetic purposes.
If your finger has been injected with a muscle paralyzer, you may not be able to wiggle your finger.
The most versatile and easy-to-use calls are short-reed calls like Sean Mann's Eastern Shorty, Tim Grounds' HalfBreed, Foiles' Strait Meat, Fred Zink's Paralyzer SR-1, Primos Shaved Reed, Knight & Hale's Double Cluck and Big River as well as those by Haydel's and a host of others.