- n someone affected by aphasia or inability to use or understand language
- a related to or affected by aphasia
- s unable to speak because of a brain lesion
- It also has the potential to change how we communicate with those who are aphasic.
- Yet Ramirez had no art training at all; he was a Mexican bracero who migrated north to California, found a job on the railroad around 1910, became aphasic and wound up in a mental .
- Michael Majerus in BBC News
My character has been swept away by a flash flood and she's been locked in a castle and had to escape by climbing out the window and going down a rope. For a while, when I first came on the show, I was aphasic-unable to speak-and I couldn't... Beth Chamberlin http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beth_Chamberlin&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFD2LdVXFdzIY2YW2jyhR8OgZ0Etw Chicago Tribune http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/lifestyle/chi-guiding-light-0409apr09,0,76124.story&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG8dEQM0blkkbYDF5W0CF-MiYp_9Q Apr 9, 2009
4501 6726 aphid It is now the commonest ladybird in North America," Dr Majerus told BBC News. "It is outcompeting pretty much all of the aphid-feeding native American ladybirds which are going through anything from a slight to a very, very serious decline....