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invalid

Logic (of an argument) having a conclusion that does not follow from the premises: it may be false when the premises are all true; not valid
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What does it mean when you dream about being an invalid?

A dream about being an invalid may signify the lack of confidence and energy to pursue some issue. Hopelessness may have crippled the dreamer’s will to stand up and perform.

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At the Invalides, protesters carrying a banner that read "Citizens in danger" marched at the front of the procession and held coffin-shaped boards in memory of those killed.
Qatar Airways, sponsor of the electric street racing series, The ABB FIA Formula E Championship, was the official airline partner and title sponsor of Saturday's highly-anticipated 2018 Qatar Airways Paris E-Prix, which took place around the architectural complex of Les Invalides in the French capital.
Stanley Black & Decker and DS Virgin Racing announced that Stanley Black & Decker's Stanley brand is now an official partner of DS Virgin Racing's Formula E Team, beginning with this weekend's FIA Formula E Championship race at the Circuit des Invalides in Paris, France.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi attends a military ceremony at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris on October 24, 2017 - AFP/Charles Platiau RAMALLAH - 25 April 2018: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas greeted on Wednesday his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fatah al-Sisi on the 36th anniversary of Sinai Liberation.
The coffin of Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame was driven in a procession across Paris from the Pantheon to the Hotel des Invalides, the final resting-place of Napoleon.
After retiring as a soldier, Monclar was named Governor of Les Invalides in France.
Saturday morning will start with the royal couple's visit to Les Invalides, a landmark in Paris. It was built between 1670 and 1676 as a place for retirement of French war veterans.
Demonstrators set out from south-east Paris heading for the Invalides plaza.
With each name and age read aloud inside the Invalides national monument, the toll gained new force.
The name and age of each of the 130 victims was read aloud in a sombre ceremony inside the Invalides national monument.