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fragile

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It let loose the judgment I had suspended upon their clothes, their frail light limbs, and fragile features.
His eyes were too mild; there was not a spark of the beast in them, nor in his face, while his body seemed too fragile, what of its fairness and smoothness, and his face too boyish and sweet-tempered and intelligent.
Still howling, disdaining doorways, with blood-shot eyes and wildly waving muscular arms, Victor burst upon us through the fragile walls.
These old bones of mine are fragile, and I've learned my lesson.
It made him feel very fragile and defenseless, and he crouched lower in the saddle.
Ovid Therapeutics announced that the FDA has granted Fast Track designation to OV101 for the treatment of Fragile X syndrome.
Fragile X Syndrome (FXS, OMIM 300624) is a genetic disease inherited through the X chromosome and falling under the umbrella of the trinucleotide repeat disorders.
When we give a fragile gift, we make sure it is marked on the box that contains it.
Ovid Therapeutics' OV101 for the treatment of Fragile X syndrome was granted orphan drug designation by the FDA.
United States-based Zynerba Pharmaceuticals has revealed positive results in a phase two trial for its cannabis-derived gel named ZYN002, intended to treat Fragile X syndrome, a genetic autism spectrum disorder, it was reported on Friday.
Not as "fragile" as the bloke on the deck outside a Bristol nightclub but fragile all the same.
UK-based developer of pharmaceutical treatments for serious disorders of the central nervous system, Autifony Therapeutics, has been granted Orphan Drug Designation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for AUT00206 for the treatment of Fragile X Syndrome, the company reported on Monday.