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impotent

(esp of males) unable to perform sexual intercourse
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Asaram has dismissed the girl's allegations and went on to claim impotency as an alibi, which was subsequently rejected after he passed the potency test.
IANS United Nations India has criticised the Security Council's impotency in confronting the terrorism threat in Afghanistan, which poses dangers beyond its borders.
Urging for joint-front to resist the onslaught of radical elements, he said, Pakistan's masses, political workers, journalists and institutions will have to come together on the same page and decide that warlord-ism' will not be tolerated."FAIZABAD SIT-IN POINTS TOWARDS GOVT'S IMPOTENCY: Questioning the writ of the government, Khursheed Shah said that continued Faizabad protest proves that the government is weak and has lost its writ.
This sacred tree native to the Indian subcontinent is a storehouse of medicinal value and is used to treat many ailments and diseases, ranging from a simple incident like a snake bite to Asthma, skin diseases, kidney diseases, constipation, dysentery, impotency and various blood-related problems, said Acharya Bal Krishan of the Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd.
The actor, who played the role of a man who suffers from impotency in the Yash Raj-backed movie, is a natural when it comes to getting both script and box office collections right with his choice of films, says the filmmaker.
INTRODUCTION: Impotency or Erectile Dysfunction (E.D.) is defined as persistent inability to attain and maintain an erection good enough for satisfactory sexual activity.
It was indeed shocking as the enclave where they had taken refuge and where they were mowed down was considered a "safe area under UN protection." For all the reactions that the UN, the US or any other country made at that time condemning the killing, the fact is that the incident reflected the collective impotency of the world, nay their selective action when it comes to dealing with any situation like that.
Molly Bourne investigates the accusations of impotency against Vincenzo Gonzaga.
The impotency drug has an effect on red blood cells that reduces transmission of the malaria parasite Plasmodium from humans to mosquitoes, researchers found.
Is it not called impotency? If it is called impotency, and I said that, then what's the problem?" he added.
Hretz Amos Harel writes in that the attack from the settlers were predictable and that "this highlights the security services' impotency in addressing violence by the extreme right." Amos Harel predicts a rize in these price tag attacks, where extreme right wing israeli settlers attack and vandilize Palestinian property in response to any decision that might slow down the settlement expansions on the West Bank.