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If a soldier who died of wounds is recorded as having died of 'paralysis' - what would that mean?

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He was paralysed...probably a spinal or head injury.

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Tim D

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If Dr blue will permit a second opinion ,it could possibly have been a stroke?

In fact, I think that the term "stroke" is short for "a stroke of paralysis".

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Ok, let's not argue lads!! I was just being curious. Thanks guys.

LC

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Ok, let's not argue lads!! I was just being curious. Thanks guys.

LC

Not arguing at all.

Polite disagreement was the intended message I wished to convey.

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I'm sorry, but I find it highly offensive that you would dare to question my medical opinion, gained over many years of watching Quincy MD.

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I'm sorry, but I find it highly offensive that you would dare to question my medical opinion, gained over many years of watching Quincy MD.

Oh Well, that's a different matter altogether.

He was never wrong. Excellent fellow.

I wish they'd had Dr.Google when I was a student.

I wish they had computers when I was a student....

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