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  • Their triple glare was paralyzing.
  • Her liveliest activity now was organizing outdoor sports in the motor-paralyzed town.
  • Del Snafflin’s orchestra of piano, violin, and cornet began to tune up and every one behind the magic line of the proscenic arch was frightened into paralysis.
  • Waiting for the doctor were two women, as still as though they were paralyzed, and a man in a railroad brakeman’s uniform, holding his bandaged right hand with his tanned left.
  • Carol dropped the curtain, stood with movement and reflection paralyzed.

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

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