half-blind


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half-blind

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Four cans of beer and she was half-blind.
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Shad has returned to Virginia after an impossible journey undertaken in his half-blind, penniless condition.
Risk it and -- half-blind, mangled, limbless, maimed -- maybe, just, you'll totter into heaven; the place of both annihilation and total knowledge.
Youlden, 23, had ransacked the half-blind and partially deaf 83-year-old's home and helped himself to his wine before coming across the pensioner and throttling him.
But the cuts need to be made with the keen eye and steady hand of a top surgeon, not by a half-blind madman wielding a scythe.
A racehorse is written off as too small to be a contender, but a millionaire spots his potential to become a champion, recruiting a cowboy as its trainer and a half-blind former prizefighter to ride him.
Fifteen-year-old Belle - who is deaf and half-blind - suffered an eight-inch wound in her ribcage.
Recently, Michael's biographer Ian Halperin had alleged the star is half-blind and needs a lung transplant for a rare protein disorder.
Recruiting a cowboy to train the steed and a half-blind former prizefighter as a jockey, the mismatched group soon capture the hearts of the nation with an unlikely record-breaking streak.
The latest cringe-maker came from Everton's Tim Cahill, who just wanted to ensure the entire world knew his brother had been sent down for six years for leaving someone half-blind in an assault.
What's more, United couldn't score more often than West Brom despite the fact that their keeper Russell Hoult was half-blind from the 45-minute mark onwards having accidentally dabbed a vapour rub from a towel into his eyes.
The latest capers see her babysitting Bob the dog, dealing with the arrival of her sex-mad granny and trying to find a half-blind geriatric gangster who doesn't want to be caught.
Particularly when the penpushers and bean counters who sit in judgement know as much about picking a football team as your granny's half-blind moggy.
You can't play sport at all if you're half-blind, but speak to your optician and find out if you could eventually wear lenses.
Sources say he is half-blind, half deaf and suffering from heart problems and diabetes.
Hamza, who is half-blind and has a claw hand after he was wounded in fighting in Afghanistan, is the leader of the Supporters of Sharia Muslim group and came to prominence in 1999 when five Britons of Pakistani origin were convicted in Yemen.