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" De-gen-er-a'tion (L. degenerare, to grow worse; to deteriorate). A change in the structure of any organ which makes it less fit to perform its duty or function. Deg-lu-ti'tion (L. deglutire, to swallow down). The act, or process, of swallowing. De-lir'i-um.... "
Abridged Therapeutics, Founded Upon Histology & Cellular Pathology ... - Page 190
by Wilhelm Heinrich Schüssler - 1884 - 226 pages
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An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ...

Noah Webster - English language - 1844 - 1079 pages
...and unconnected. DE-LIR'I-OUS-NESS, n. The state of being delirious ; delirium. DE-L1R'I-UM, ». [L.] A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular and unconnected, or do not correspond with tlii- truth or with enema) objects ; a roving or wandering of the mind ;...
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A popular and complete English dictionary, Volume 1

John Boag - 1848
...DELinittrsNEM, de-llr'e-ns-n^s, [L.] n. The state of being delirious; delirium. DELIHIDH, de-llr'^-flm, [L.) a. A state in which the Ideas of a person are wild, irregular and unconnected, or do not correspond with the truth nr with ex. ternal object*; a roving or wandering of themln<i;...
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HAND-BOOK OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS;

GEORGE RIPLEY - 1852
...strength or force : slenderness of proportion, great finish, and softness are its characteristics. DELIR/IUM, a state in which the ideas of a person are wild and irregular, or do not correspond with the truth, or with external objects. Or it may be defined...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1853 - 844 pages
...water which they absorb from the atmosphere, in consequence of their great attraction to moisture. DELIRIUM, a state in which the ideas of a person are wild and irregular, or do not correspond with the truth, or with external objects. Or it may be defined...
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The Cure of Diphtheria by Biochemic Treatment: A Word to Educated Laymen

Wilhelm Heinrich Schüssler - Diphtheria - 1881 - 51 pages
...Dandruff. A white or yellow scurf which forms on the head, and comes off in small scales or particles. Delirium. A state in which the ideas of a person are...trembling of the body, produced by excessive use of spirituous liquors, in large, or repeated small, doses, which gradually deprive the brain pulp of its...
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How We Live; Or, The Human Body, and how to Take Care of it: An Elementary ...

James Johonnot, Eugene Bouton - Alcohol - 1885 - 178 pages
...The small scales, or particles, which separate from the scarf-skin of the scalp. De-lir'i-um (Latin). A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular, and unconnected. Den tine (Latin, dens, a tooth). The bony or ivory-like part of the teeth, lying directly beneath the...
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Lessons in Hygiene, Or, The Human Body and how to Take Care of it: The ...

James Johonnot, Eugene Bouton - Physiology - 1889 - 213 pages
...small scales, or pal-ticles, which separate from the scarf-skin of the scalp. De-lir'i-um (Latin). A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular, and unconnected. Den'tine (Latin, dens, a tooth). The bony or ivory-like part of the teeth, lying directly beneath the...
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Our Bodies and how We Live: An Elementary Text-book of Physiology and ...

Albert Franklin Blaisdell - 1891 - 285 pages
...duty or function. Deg-lu-ti'tion (L. deglutire, to swallow down). The act, or process, of swallowing. De-lir'i-um. A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular, and unconnected. Den'tine (L. dens, dentis, a tooth). The hard substance which forms most of a tooth ; ivory. De-o-do-ri'zer....
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Young Folks' Physiology: A Revised Edition of Our Bodies and how We Live. An ...

Albert Franklin Blaisdell - Hygiene - 1892 - 412 pages
...duty or function. Deg-lu-ti'tion (L. deglutire, to swallow down). The act, or process, of swallowing. De-lir'i-um. A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular, and unconnected. Den'tine (L. dens, dentis, a tooth). The hard substance which forms most of a tooth; ivory. De-o-do-ri'zer....
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Young Folks' Physiology: A Revised Edition of Our Bodies and how We Live. An ...

Albert Franklin Blaisdell - Hygiene - 1892 - 412 pages
...duty or function. Deg-lu-ti'tion (L. deglutire, to swallow down). The act, or process, of swallowing. De-lir'i-um. A state in which the ideas of a person are wild, irregular, and unconnected. Den'tine (L. dens, dentis, a tooth). The hard substance which forms most of a tooth ; ivory. De-o-do-ri'zer....
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