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paralysis
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Don Quixote
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  • This thought blunts my teeth, paralyses my jaws, cramps my hands, and robs me of all appetite for food; so much so that I have a mind to let myself die of hunger, the cruelest death of all deaths.

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  • She suffers paralysis of her legs.
  • Hamlet suffered near paralysis from indecision.

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