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paralysis
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Angels & Demons
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  • Langdon felt paralyzed, pinned somewhere between nausea and awe.
  • Langdon felt paralyzed as he stared upward.
  • As he stared up at Camerlegno Ventresca, Mortati felt the paralyzing collision of his heart and mind.
  • Nonetheless, more out of paralysis than hope, he clenched in his hands the sole object he had grabbed from the chopper on his way out the door.
  • Vittoria felt herself slowly breaking free of the paralysis that seemed to have gripped them all.
  • "Your son could become paralyzed," one of the doctors scolded.
  • Vittoria seemed paralyzed.
  • The camerlegno seemed momentarily paralyzed, the media lights glaring through the cockpit darkening the creases in his face.
  • And yet all around him, the cardinals stared up, obviously seeing what he was seeing, paralyzed with wonder.
  • He stood paralyzed on the altar.

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

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