President Obama is calling the partial shutdown a “Washington-inflicted wound on America.”
Today, the Florida woman is a partial paraplegic, he said, largely confined to her home with only her husband to care for her.
Despite the financial remedy, partial repeal of the screen quota has imperiled the domestic market.
Weeks later, doctors reexamined the shoulder and found a partial ligament tear, she said.
Twitter was on fire when word arrived Thursday that the John Edwards jury had reached a partial verdict.
Cullerier reports one case of partial circumcision through the means of an accident happening to a painter.
One side was still paralyzed and there was partial paralysis of the tongue.
On ‘the recitation of the required dizaine,’ a partial indulgence promptly follows.
After a short time spent at this work, a partial clearance was effected.
His partial feelings to his nephew, and unnatural disregard of his son, have long since made me hate him.
early 15c., "one-sided, biased," from Old French parcial (14c., Modern French partial), from Medieval Latin partialis "divisible, solitary, partial," from Latin pars (genitive partis) "part" (see part (n.)). Sense of "not whole, incomplete" is attested from late 14c. Related: Partially (mid-15c. as "incompletely").