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WHAT DOES CRIPPLINGLY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of cripplingly in the English dictionary
The definition of cripplingly in the dictionary is damagingly; harmfullycripplingly high prices so high that people get into debt, or cannot do other things if they pay them. Other definition of cripplingly is to be cripplingly shy extremely shy.
The translations of cripplingly from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «cripplingly» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CRIPPLINGLY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «cripplingly» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «cripplingly» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about cripplingly
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRIPPLINGLY»
Discover the use of cripplingly in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to cripplingly and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Evolved Apprentice
An agent who cannot read his or her social landscape will find it cripplingly
difficult to engage in joint activities, cripplingly difficult to bargain and negotiate,
cripplingly difficult to take advantage of what others know. Such an agent will
have little ...
Kim Sterelny, 2012
T. o. err. is. human—and. cripplingly. expensive-Richard. L. FLYING reaches the
ton-line businessmen... FLYING readers are the customers. ITIIDITORIAL.
SELLING. SAFETY. Collins. “WHY DID he do that?” Some pilots casually dismiss
Voltaire's Bastards: The Dictatorship of Reason in the West
Argues that blind faith in reason has resulted in problems in every phase of social life, suggests reason is an administrative method rather than a moral force, and proposes some solutions.
John Ralston Saul, 2013
The Politics of Social Welfare in America
More importantly for our purposes, Taylor also insists that the neediness that
comes from poverty, even when a poor person has some possessions, produces
a “cripplingly shitty” life. Taylor thus represents the man's apparent neediness not
Glenn David Mackin, 2013
Justice as Attunement: Transforming Constitutions in Law, ...
Obviously most human choice is greatly constrained, some ofit cripplingly so. It
maybetruethat I sell my labor for the minimum wage, working at a noisy, ugly,
demeaning, boring, and perhaps dangerous, job, but only because thatis the best
Richard Dawson, 2013
Divine Teaching and the Way of the World: A Defense of ...
The diagnosis that a particular religion articulates asserts that every human
person has a basic non-physical illness so deep that, unless it is cured, one's
potential is unfulfilled and one's nature cripplingly flawed. Then a cure is
Samuel Fleischacker, 2011
This is a complex, bittersweet collection of short stories.
Alice Tawhai, 2007
Nymph Fishing: A History of the Art and Practice
fourteen (4.2m) and sometimes more feet long and double handed. As well as
being very long, and heavy, the action was usually very soft and pliable. Even
single hand rods were still twelve feet long and cripplingly heavy to fish with all
Terry Lawton, 2005
8. "Is it wrong not to always be glad?" 9. "Does the body rule the mind / Or does
the mind rule the body?" 10. "Could life ever be sane again?" Five Smiths Lyrics
That Made Us Cripplingly Idealistic About Love 1 . "And if a double-decker bus ...
Terrorism and ultra-violence plague a once powerful society, whose people's only escape is to numb themselves on flashback – a euphoric yet cripplingly addictive drug that allows its users to revisit happier, past experiences.Ex-cop and ...
Dan Simmons, 2011
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CRIPPLINGLY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term cripplingly is used in the context of the following news items.
Holly Madison Says Ex Criss Angel Was ''Cripplingly Insecure …
Hugh Hefner isn't the only former love interest that got slammed by Holly Madison. The former Girls Next Door star also recalled her ... «E! Online, Jul 15»
Cutting £12bn in welfare should only be the start, Chancellor
It would also alleviate the crisis of cripplingly high house prices. Over the course of this Parliament, the Conservatives need to match fiscal ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jul 15»
Inequality Hangs Over US Women's World Cup Victory
In the U.S., women's pro soccer is held back by cripplingly small contracts. An average salary in the National Women's Soccer League runs ... «Newsweek, Jul 15»
The day that tech got glam
There are still cripplingly few women in tech roles across the world and not nearly enough young people choosing IT or tech in higher ... «Pulse, Jul 15»
Renters the silent victims of Hurricane Sandy
High demand and reduced supply have translated into sometimes cripplingly high rental costs for families. RELATED ARTICLE ... «Press of Atlantic City, Jul 15»
Pro-coal law set stage for Clean Power Plan pain in rural Ariz.
While an emissions rate in the neighborhood of 600 MWh may delight environmentalists, Massey said it would be a cripplingly expensive ... «Environment & Energy Publishing, Jul 15»
Santos takes Quadrant to court over Spar field
Page 2: The Civil Aviation Safety Authority promised charter aircraft operators an exemption from having to install a cripplingly expensive new ... «Business News, Jul 15»
Review: Creepoid's Cemetery High Rise Slum
It's restless, it's dissatisfied—with love (the cripplingly stunning “Shaking”), with suburbanism (see opener “American Smile”), with our ability as ... «Connect Savannah.com, Jul 15»
Good news: Tackling climate change is possible without hindering …
Usually, it's argued that the steps necessary to tackle global warming would be cripplingly, if not impossibly, expensive. But the report published ... «City A.M., Jul 15»
Flyers burnt by air safety U-turn
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority promised charter aircraft operators an exemption from having to install a cripplingly expensive new air ... «The Australian, Jul 15»
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