Jackson winced as if the pain would paralyze him.
If I miss, I'll paralyze you for eternity.
Let life go on in it unhindered and let it defend itself, it will do more than if you paralyze it by encumbering it with remedies.
It was from Berlin, on the 21st of November 1806, that he had dated the first decree of a continental blockade, a monstrous conception intended to paralyze his inveterate rival, but which on the con ~ ~ trary caused his own fall by its immoderate extension nen~tai of the empire.
Electric shocks can paralyze the respiratory system or disrupt heart action, causing instant death.
A pediatrician, family doctor, ophthalmologist, or optometrist licensed to use diagnostic drugs uses drops that dilate the pupils and temporarily paralyze eye-focusing muscles to evaluate visual status and ocular health.
Although it does effectively paralyze, Botox should not be considered botulism.
Nearly all spiders are venomous, as they must use their venom to paralyze their prey.
To fear in such circumstances is understandable and even desirable, provided that fear does not paralyze us with inaction.
paralyze has yet invented a means for paralyzing the effects of the law of the class struggle.
paralyze lips of a bard, a story became an astonishing revelation, a song became a marvel of almost paralyzing beauty.
First, I'll paralyze you, and then you'll live through pain unlike any you've ever experienced.
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