- n people collectively who are crippled or otherwise physically handicapped
- v injure permanently
- v attempt to forecast the winner (especially in a horse race) and assign odds for or against a contestant
- v put at a disadvantage
- s incapable of functioning as a consequence of injury or illness
- Locked in the battle are three factions-doctors, handicapped citizens' groups and right-to-life organizations.
- For most Americans, the gasoline shortage is a frustrating inconvenience; for the physically handicapped, it is a direct threat to health and the ability to earn a living.
- Without crippling institutionsNo otherwise qualified handicapped individual in the United States .
- Joe Gibbs in SI.com
I know they were probably frustrated from the standpoint that wanting to show that, 'Hey, we have less horsepower than ever before' and they wanted to make it look like we're handicapped even more than we actually were,Gibbs said.
- Alex Zanardi in SI.com
To put a guy with no legs, a handicapped athlete, into an F1 car, it's a good thing,Zanardi told The Associated Press on Thursday after becoming the first double amputee to test drive a Formula One car. "This is why I'm so proud to be the...
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Sportinglife.com
We have been handicapped by the fixture list but there are 37 games to go, so we have plenty of time,said Ferguson, whose team picked up only two points from their opening three games last season and still successfully defended their crown.