The term ‘crippled brass’ was coined by a British artist and journalist to describe the effect that a person can have when they lose the ability to move their arms, according to an article in the Mail Online.
The article was originally published on September 26, 2017.
In it, writer Sarah Smith describes a young woman named Mary who suffers from chronic paralysis of the upper arms.
She has also had severe muscle paralysis in her legs.
Smith said: “Her hands are so strong, they can’t move with her body, she has to keep holding onto them to keep herself moving.”
She can’t lift a pencil and it just makes her very tired and it makes her feel like her body is not strong enough to do anything.
“She doesn’t have a voice, she doesn’t speak, she cannot make facial expressions.” “
Smith said Mary’s mother, who suffers a chronic disability, also suffers from paralysis of her arms and legs. “
She doesn’t have a voice, she doesn’t speak, she cannot make facial expressions.”
Smith said Mary’s mother, who suffers a chronic disability, also suffers from paralysis of her arms and legs.
In an interview with the Australian, the young woman’s mother said she was told that her daughter was the result of “a series of medical conditions, mainly the type of paralysis that is caused by spinal cord injuries.”
Smith described Mary’s condition as a “perfect storm” of medical problems.
Smith added: “I think it is very sad and I think it makes you wonder how much of this is normal, and how much is just a normal medical condition.”
I know a lot of young people who are really depressed about this condition and how they feel, and it seems like there are so many people out there who are suffering, and who need help.
“Smith also shared the personal story of a woman in the US who has lost her arms to an infection.
The unnamed woman, who is in her early 20s, said she lost both of her legs after being bitten by a rabid dog.
She said she has struggled to work since she was bitten, and that she has lost interest in physical exercise.
Smith noted that a condition known as CTE is a neurological disease that can cause brain damage and dementia. “
It’s so common that people can lose their arms and have their legs paralyzed, but it’s also very uncommon to lose your entire body,” she said.
Smith noted that a condition known as CTE is a neurological disease that can cause brain damage and dementia.
The condition is usually diagnosed when a person is in their 40s or older.
In the UK, CTE remains under investigation.
Smith’s article also included a video of a young girl named Rachel, who suffered from chronic spinal cord damage and paralysis of one of her hands.
She also shared that her mother was also severely disabled.
In a Facebook post, Smith described Rachel as an inspiration to other people who suffer from spinal cord paralysis.
“Rachel has made it clear that she’s not alone in her struggle to live with the condition, she is a hero to many people,” Smith wrote.
“When you see someone like Rachel, you see people who feel the pain of the condition that she suffers from and the pain she has experienced and the trauma she has endured, but also that she is brave and strong and resilient.”
Smith explained how Rachel’s mother suffered from the same condition and was diagnosed with CTE.
“They have both had their arms taken from them, both of their legs taken from themselves,” she told ABC Radio’s RN Breakfast.
The young woman also shared her experience of being bullied. “
What she has said to me is that it has taken her over 15 years of therapy to get to where she is now, and to be able to take her own life.”
The young woman also shared her experience of being bullied.
Smith wrote: “At school I was often bullied by the boys, I had to hide from them and that was because I was not really able to do that anymore.”
The story was shared widely on social media, and was shared on several national TV news programmes.
Smith has been contacted for comment by ABC News.