Recent Examples of amputee from the Web
The veterans in the shop have astounding stories: The first amputee to re-enlist in the infantry, others who saw their comrades die or suffer debilitating injuries on the battlefield.
Hamilton has used her injury as fuel for her foundation, Friends of Bethany, which helps amputees.
Some 200 such amputees had been summoned to be triaged over two days.
Other prohibited from riding: People with a fear of heights, motion sickness or dizziness, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, those who have recently had surgery, and amputees and/or those who rely on prosthetics.
Among the patients ill-served by the company were a double amputee, a woman partially paralyzed from a stroke and a man with a brain injury, the suit said.
Project Summit, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that empowers Ohio children who are amputees or have limb differences.
And to top it off, Woodhall became the first double-amputee to earn a DI track scholarship.
Veteran amputees demonstrated the technology, a collaboration among the VA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the private sector.
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Definition of amputee for English Language Learners
: a person who has had an arm or leg amputated
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