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  • 121 paresthesia — noun Etymology: New Latin, from para + esthesia (as in anesthesia) Date: circa 1860 a sensation of pricking, tingling, or creeping on the skin that has no objective cause • paresthetic adjective …

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  • 122 pins and needles — noun plural Date: 1813 a pricking tingling sensation in a limb growing numb or recovering from numbness …

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  • 123 provoke — transitive verb (provoked; provoking) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French *provoker, provocher, from Latin provocare, from pro forth + vocare to call, from voc , vox voice more at pro , voice Date: 14th century 1. a. archaic to arouse to …

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  • 124 punctual — adjective Etymology: Middle English, having a sharp point, from Medieval Latin punctualis of a point, from Latin punctus pricking, point, from pungere to prick more at pungent Date: 1675 being on time ; prompt • punctuality noun • punctually… …

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  • 125 counterpoint — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French contrepoint, from Medieval Latin contrapunctus, from Latin contra counter + Medieval Latin punctus musical note, melody, from Latin, act of pricking, from pungere to prick more at pungent Date …

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  • 126 goad — I. noun Etymology: Middle English gode, from Old English gād spear, goad; akin to Langobardic gaida spear, and perhaps to Sanskrit hinoti he urges on Date: before 12th century 1. a. something that pains as if by pricking ; thorn b. something that …

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  • 127 pain — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French peine, from Latin poena, from Greek poinē payment, penalty; akin to Greek tinein to pay, tinesthai to punish, Avestan kaēnā revenge, Sanskrit cayate he revenges Date: 14th century 1. punishment …

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  • 128 Hercule Poirot — Poirot redirects here. For the TV series, see Agatha Christie s Poirot. Hercule Poirot David Suchet as Hercule Poirot First appearance The Mysterious Affair at Styles …

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  • 129 Aphrodite — This article is about the Greek goddess. For other uses, see Aphrodite (disambiguation). Pandemos redirects here. For the butterfly, see Pandemos (butterfly). Aphrodite …

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  • 132 Horseshoe — For other uses, see Horseshoe (disambiguation). Modern horseshoes are most commonly made of steel and nailed into the hoof wall …

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  • 134 Tattoo — For other uses, see Tattoo (disambiguation). A tattooed woman in the United States, ca. 1907. A tattoo is made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. Tattoos on humans are a type of body modification,… …

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  • 135 Sense — Senses are the physiological methods of perception. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields, most notably neuroscience, cognitive psychology (or cognitive science), and… …

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  • 136 Multiple sclerosis — Classification and external resources Demyelination by MS. The CD68 colored tissue shows several macrophages in the area of the lesion. Original scale 1:100 ICD …

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  • 137 Glossary of terms associated with diabetes — This page lists and explains terms connected with diabetes. NOTOC A *Acanthosis nigricans A brown to black, poorly defined, velvety hyperpigmentation of the skin, usually present in the posterior and lateral folds of the neck, the axilla, groin,… …

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  • 138 Allergen — An allergen is any substance that can cause an allergy. In technical terms, an allergen is a non parasitic antigen capable of stimulating a type I hypersensitivity reaction in atopic individuals.[1] Most humans mount significant Immunoglobulin E… …

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  • 139 W. H. R. Rivers — Photograph of Rivers taken by Henry Maull Born 12 March 1864(1864 03 12) …

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  • 140 Polygraph — This article is about the forensic instrument. For the automatic signing instrument, see Autopen. For the dual pen device that produces a simultaneous copy of an original while it is written in cursive writing, see Polygraph (duplicating device) …

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