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  • He felt pain there, saw a dart protruding from the sleeve, sensed paralysis spreading from it up his arm.
  • Then the paralysis reached his legs and he slid to the floor with his back propped against the stone wall.
  • The paralyzing drug in the poison had yet to take full effect, but the man’s slowness told of its advance.
  • In spite of frustration, there was for Feyd-Rautha a measure of admiration for the effort this slave had managed in overcoming the paralysis to do this thing to himself.

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

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