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impair
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Moby Dick
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  • But with the whale, these two sashes are separately inserted, making two distinct windows, but sadly impairing the view.
  • Real strength never impairs beauty or harmony, but it often bestows it; and in everything imposingly beautiful, strength has much to do with the magic.

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  • Alcohol impairs the ability to drive safely.
  • Her vision is impaired.

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