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What does it mean when you dream about immobility?

A dream that one is immobile can symbolize an inner inflexibility, especially with regard to resolving one’s problems. It can also mean that the dreamer feels trapped. People afflicted with sleep paralysis sometimes dream they are immobile or unable to run, but such dreams do not necessarily have deeper psychological meanings.

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Italy did manage to carve open the Sweden defence in the 27th minute when an exquisite lobbed pass from Jorginho found Immobile.
The hosts went ahead with an Immobile penalty in the 38th minute after Franck Kessie fouled Luis Alberto.
Macedonia were threatening to score a third when Immobile scored out of the blue in the 76th minute and he then headed the winner from close range in the second minute of stoppage time.
The host may be immobile and speak in an artificial disembodied voice, but 'Genius' lives up to its title and is a valuable learning and teaching tool.
That triumph is Torino's only success in ten league outings while Immobile has yet to add to his single-goal tally.
Aubameyang and Immobile combined well before a slip by Arteta, who had recovered from his ankle injury to anchor the midfield, left the Gunners exposed.
CIRO Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne could lead Italy's attack when the Azzurri open their World Cup campaign against England on Saturday.
Ciro Immobile needed a year of transition to Serie A before he could blossom into one of Italy's most lethal strikers.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has announced his 30 man provisional squad for the World Cup, including Giuseppe Rossi, Antonio Cassano and Ciro Immobile in the list of players.
Chapter 3 examines how young migrant women practice their immobile mobility by enriching their guanxi--one's social networking based on an individual's social connections--particularly in China, with mobile phones.
The request came as Her Honour handed down her finding after an inquest into the death of an immobile disabled woman, Kate Therese Bugmy in Broken Hill, from streptococcal sepsis resulting from skin ulceration and complications of cerebral palsy.