Concern about the scope of legal authorities among the various levels of government also impaired the response.
Mary eventually pleaded guilty in July to a reduced charge of driving while impaired.
S. Saha, et al. “Advanced Paternal Age Is Associated With impaired Neurocognitive Outcomes During Infancy and Childhood.”
Without independence, both in fact and in appearance, objectivity is impaired.
Girma realized that law was her best tool to get equal footing for herself and the wider population of impaired Americans.
Each time I have deleted something, which, while it has refined, I trust has not impaired the strength of the tale.
My guess was that their sight was impaired so that they could not see the fly.
At middle life and after, underweight, unless extreme or accompanied by evidence of impaired health, should not give any concern.
Nor is the grandeur of the moon's scenery ever impaired by clouds over her surface.
A few result from boggy places which result from impaired drainage caused by landslips or fallen trees.
late 14c., earlier ampayre, apeyre (c.1300), from Old French empeirier (Modern French empirer), from Vulgar Latin *impeiorare "make worse," from assimilated form of in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + Late Latin peiorare "make worse" (see pejorative). In reference to driving under the influence of alcohol, first recorded 1951 in Canadian English. Related: Impaired; impairing.