It seems to be your opinion, that the very office of an antiquary, employed in grave, and, as the vulgar will sometimes allege, in toilsome and minute research, must be considered as incapacitating
him from successfully compounding a tale of this sort.
Tess Durbeyfield's experience was of this incapacitating
They found that the camera program resulted in a 19 percent reduction in the likelihood that a crash would involve a fatality or an incapacitating
injury, as reported by a police officer on the scene.
Results showed that 2,451 children suffered incapacitating
injuries or died in bicycle-motor vehicle crashes during the study period.
The safe, effective dose of an incapacitant varies from person to person; at the average incapacitating
dose, more sensitive individuals, those with compromised health, or those unable to flee could be permanently injured or killed.
Biochemical Weapons: Promise or Peril?
Topics of the 14 papers include post-cold war research on incapacitating
biochemical weapons, potential long-term physiological consequences of exposure to incapacitating
biochemicals, military interest in low-lethality biochemical agents, and toxic chemicals for domestic riot control purposes.
This is a more effective bullet in the context of dealing with a suicide bomber as there is more chance of incapacitating
a subject with a single shot.
Kennedy's Addison's disease, Woodrow Wilson's incapacitating
stroke that effectively resulted in his wife assuming the responsibility of the office, and much more.
Perhaps the best evidence of topical aminoglycoside ototoxicity is seen when intratympanic gentamicin is administered for the treatment of incapacitating