As in the case for the forearm, attempts to immediately incapacitate an adversary by directing thrusts or cuts to leg muscles may not have been particularly effective.
And in fact, we have a number of incidents in Russia lately where people were either assassinated or poisoned or administered some drugs which incapacitated them.
The battle was over, and the only knight preventing his retreat was incapacitated .
Some experts, however, question the claim that chemical incapacitants are less lethal than conventional weapons.
Thus stockpiles of chemical incapacitants for law enforcement would pose a nearly irresistible temptation to those who wanted to divert them to military purposes.
He is married to Aggie, incapacitated with a broken leg, like Jimmy Stewart in Rear Window.
A chemical weapon can be ‘any chemical which through its chemical action on life processes can cause death, temporary incapacitation or permanent harm’.
Many stepped up when wounds incapacitated their leaders.
The Defendant would then pay the incapacitated person that amount, less any pension contribution if he or she was in the pension scheme and less tax and National Insurance.
I sweat like a racehorse, and very dark thoughts mingled with incapacitating spasms of pain.