Definition of 'brain-damaged'
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Of course the money could be put to great use but the human cost in terms of brain-damaged patients and needless amputations is immeasurable. The Sun (2011)THE mum who killed her brain-damaged son with a heroin overdose was convicted of murder yesterday. The Sun (2010)
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