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impair
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • Their evidence, corroborated by that of several friends, tends to show that Sir Charles’s health has for some time been impaired, and points especially to some affection of the heart, manifesting itself in changes of colour, breathlessness, and acute attacks of nervous depression.

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

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