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Autopathic
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Autopathic: Dependent upon, or due or relating to, the structure andcharacteristics of the diseased organism endopathic as, anautopathic disease an autopathic theory of d
Autopsy
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Autopsy: Personal observation or examination seeing with ones own eyes Ocular view.By autopsy and experiment. Cudworth. (Med.) Dissection of a dead body, for the purpose
Avian flu
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Avian flu: Avian influenza, fowl plague, bird flu, acute and generally fatal viral infectious disease of chickens and other domestic and wild birds (characterized by fev
Avian influenza
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Avian influenza: Fowl plague, avian flu, bird flu, acute and generally fatal viral infectious disease of chickens and other domestic and wild birds (characterized by fev
Axis of supply
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Axis of supply: Route by which equipment and supplies are transported to an army
Ayerzas disease
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Ayerzas disease: Sclerosis of the pulmonary arteries, condition similar to erythremia that results from pulmonary arteriosclerosis or pulmonary hypertension (characteriz
Baby buggy
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Baby buggy: Baby carriage, four-wheeled carriage in which a baby is transported
Bacterium
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Bacterium: A microscopic vegetable organism, belonging to the class Alg?,usually in the form of a jointed rodlike filament, and found inputrefying organic infusions. Bact
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