In the present study, the researchers take a closer look at the role of Numb
in these tumors.
For example, they are still working on optimizing the temperature to numb
the skin and are also working on miniaturizing the device.
Prescriptions are meant to treat common dental problems; however, when antibiotics and medications have limited or no effect in treating numb
ness, clinicians should view this lack of response as a sign of urgency.
2 : unable to think, feel, or react normally (as because of great fear, surprise, or sadness) She was numb
after hearing the startling news.
Christine, of Aberdare, said: "I was numb
, just numb
The US version reportedly contains wasibi and cinnamon to numb
the mouth and throat to simulate the effect of taking cocaine.
My fingertips were numb
, and two fingers were white.
David Bowie provides guest vocals on Comfortably Numb
and Arnold Layne - Gilmour's tribute to Syd Barrett - while David Crosby, Graham Nash and Robert Wyatt also contribute.
DECISIONS: Steven Gerrard may have an injection to numb
his injured toe for England's game against Israel.
And on a night when footy chiefs will doubtless once again make the seemingly simple look comically complex a pecuniary interest will at least numb
The whole experience of the death and dismemberment of soldiers and civilians, vividly described, and the confusion of battle engender such feelings of uselessness and helplessness in him that he becomes numb
, unable to act on moral choices he once knew to be right.
But scientists have found that in very small amounts, the frog's toxins merely numb
One can only presume we have become numb
to the effects of our militarism and the violence that is perpetrated by the government in our name.
I feel the fullness of being empty Right now there is comfort in feeling numb
Empty space is not the same as no space.
Certainly, not every officer deals with stress and trauma by abusing chemicals, and not every officer who chooses to abuse chemicals does so to numb
the effects of trauma.