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paralysis
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • He took to drinking, and had a touch of paralysis, and then came here to borrow a pound, as in his better days I had—’
  • Newman fell a little behind his master, and his face was curiously twisted as by a spasm; but whether of paralysis, or grief, or inward laughter, nobody but himself could possibly explain.

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

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