These misguided people sacrificed their own lives wantonly, very often made our own plans go astray, and retarded
The process will often be greatly retarded
by free intercrossing.
But his wounds always made it seem that his feet were retarded
, held, and he fought a grim fight, as with invisible ghouls fastened greedily upon his limbs.
This, in itself, retarded
Tarzan's pace, for it was with difficulty that he kept his footing.
She had no bonnet--nothing on her head but a great cap which, in some old time, had been worn by Sally Brass, whose taste in head-dresses was, as we have seen, peculiar--and her speed was rather retarded
than assisted by her shoes, which, being extremely large and slipshod, flew off every now and then, and were difficult to find again, among the crowd of passengers.
Nevertheless, he stuck to their wake, though indeed their back water must have retarded
him, because the white-bone or swell at his broad muzzle was a dashed one, like the swell formed when two hostile currents meet.
She had seen enough of her pride, her meanness, and her determined prejudice against herself, to comprehend all the difficulties that must have perplexed the engagement, and retarded
the marriage, of Edward and herself, had he been otherwise free;--and she had seen almost enough to be thankful for her OWN sake, that one greater obstacle preserved her from suffering under any other of Mrs.
Summer passed away in these occupations, and my return to Geneva was fixed for the latter end of autumn; but being delayed by several accidents, winter and snow arrived, the roads were deemed impassable, and my journey was retarded
until the ensuing spring.
How successfully an agency deals with offenders who are mentally retarded
depends on the professionalism and knowledge of its staff.
Another example of Grob' s failure to deal with contemporary events is when he says that John Kennedy' s "younger sister Rosemary had been diagnosed as mildly retarded
and had undergone a lobotomy which had appreciably worsened her condition.
Given an accelerated charge, the classical treatment of radiation associates with that charge a field whose wave-fronts diverge from the charge in the forward time direction: I shall refer to this field as CR, the classical retarded
field; if the charge is thought of as a source, I shall refer to the field as CRS, if as an absorber, CRA.
The Social Security Administration has awarded a grant to the Association for Retarded
Citizens national headquarters to demonstrate how PASS can be used to enable people who are mentally retarded
to increase their economic self-sufficiency.