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in fur mi tee

  • n  the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age)

  • People with Klippel-Feil cannot turn their heads without moving the entire torso, an infirmity that's impossible to hide and makes the sufferer highly vulnerable to injury from a .
  • Because of "the infirmity of advancing years," San Francisco's Catholic Archbishop Edward Joseph Hanna, 74, announced last week that he is retiring.
  • But here the CGI magic elegantly serves the poignant fable of a displaced soul whose unique infirmity opens a window onto our common mortality, where the very young and the very .

  • Steny Hoyer in Sydney Morning Herald
    This bill is complicated, but it's also very simple: Illness and infirmity are universal, and we are stronger against them together than we are alone,Democratic House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said before the vote.
  • Arlen Specter in (registration)
    The time is ripe for this Court to address the constitutional infirmity of the MCA's attempt to curtail the right of habeas corpus,Specter wrote in a brief filed with the Court. "Habeas must be restored to ensure that the rule of law...
  • David Jason in Hedgeend People
    Sir David Jason, who has personal experience of being a carer, said: "A lot of people, including myself, have had to look after someone at a time of illness or infirmity. However, the people who really deserve our support and encouragement are those...

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