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spastic

mod. overly responsive; out of control. She can get so spastic when I come in late.
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Despite all apparent complications that come with a life with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, like any sibling duo, brothers Stephen, 8, and Ashwin, 6, are extremely attached to each other.
I sponsored again at Huntingdon on November 13 using the same title, the Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia Awareness Novices' Hurdle, as well as three other races in my company name of Sportsbookmakers.
He said: "Towards the disabled fans he shouted 'f*** you, you spastic mutants' and that shocked me more than anything else.
Your paper has reported on several cases of young children who suffer from walking problems arising from spastic diplegia cerebral palsy.
BOSTON -- A retrospective study of dysphagic patients who underwent high-resolution impedance manometry found that spastic esophageal dysmotility was significantly more common in those on long-term opioid therapy than in those not taking opioids, said Dr.
Offshore anglers who love the fast fishing action afforded by offshore metal jigs--but don't want to apply that spastic action--might have found a solution with the Williamson Lures Ebi Jig.
Proceeds from The Magnificent Mile benefit the Spastic Paraplegia Foundation and fund research grants awarded to find a cure for upper motor neuron diseases.
In controlled laboratory tests, imposed hip or knee extension movements, applied separately, trigger multi-joint spastic reflexes that are consistent with clinical observations of extensor spasms in human SCI [3-4].
In the film, Shademan plays a boy suffering from spastic paralysis who is kept hidden from the outside world by his family.
The Truth About Thriving in Change" is a guide for those in management who want to survive this spastic environment known as the business world.
Anonymous has a 14-year-old son with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy and wants to hear from families who have tried oral baclofen.
Lawler's Law doesn't cover any lawsuits caused by those who go into spastic convoltions upon hearing him scream "BINGO
About 20 percent of Americans suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)--formerly called spastic colon, yet even many physicians harbor misconceptions about the chronic condition.
Pink pony--a triangle between Osmany Tellez, Marion Ramirez, and Arturo Vidich--featured props and task-oriented movements drawn from children's "work": playground games, soccer, gymnastics, and hyperactivity, including phrases of spastic limb-flinging and colliding.