Mathew took another tack, developing a surgical treatment to permanently deaden
pain transmission in the trigeminal-nerve system involved in cluster headaches.
He turns up late, leaves early and while he's in attendance he wears ear plugs to deaden
the thump, thump, thump that invariably goes with this sort of music.
Soldiers will cover the bomb with two metres of water to deaden
And last weekend twice divorced father-of-seven MacDonald, 47, revealed he had been drinking three bottles of whisky a day to deaden
Coton, 35, is on morphine to deaden
the pain - and while he won't play again this season, the injury is so bad that his entire car-eer remains in doubt.
So Holmes, running with the aid of pain- killing injections to deaden
the discomfort of a hairline fracture above her left ankle, must be in with a chance of the gold.
I just let the ball hit the bat and try to deaden
it and put it between the pitcher and third and try to beat it out.
Maybe this is the way a mind deadens
to what once shocked.
The trouble with deflation - steadily falling prices - is that it deadens
economic activity for years.
When we are not living up to our true vocation, thought deadens
our life, or substitutes itself for life, or gives in to life so that our life drowns out our thinking and stifles the voice of conscience.
A: THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, deadens
the neurons in the hippocampus, the part of the brain that's in charge of short-term memory.