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Shield would be awesome, because Armor is kinda immoble.
Wells had his forehead resting on his hand, anchored on the table, remaining virtually immoble throughout.
As the one hour mark approached during Jeffress 'argument, Ted Wells moved his chair a bit away from the defense table, his body poised to spring unencumbered from his repose to take his place back at center stage ... and there he waited, energy coiled, tight, immoble.
Imagine, one day you are an immoble blob and a few months later you can walk and communicate with other people.
Using pre-colonial Africa, I show how weak and immoble producers used self-enforcing mechanisms to convert the incentive of strong and mobile middlemen from banditry to exchange.
When freedom is on the horizon,we become immoble:deer in headlights
Everyone around me stood up, immoble, silent, as this strong shofar-like sound blasted through us.
He’s further along now, Roger, so without the drug, he’d be completely immoble.