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ig za ser bay shuhn

  • n  action that makes a problem or a disease (or its symptoms) worse
  • n  violent and bitter exasperation
    his foolishness was followed by an exacerbation of their quarrel

  • So while getting the cosmetic benefits of the weft or attachment, they get the negative side, which is the pulling, and then the exacerbation of hair loss.
  • At Frederiksburg Hospital, Dr Phanareth and his PHD student Anders Kjaer are running the first randomized study ever made to show that patients with exacerbation of Chronic .
  • I still believe that the war was a foolish venture, creating far more problems than it solved (including an exacerbation of the troubles in Afghanistan, as the Bush Administration .
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  • Certain inflammatory biomarkers associated with increased risk of COPD exacerbations
    Simultaneously elevated levels of the biomarkers C-reactive protein, fibrinogen and leukocyte count in individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) were associated with increased risk of having exacerbations, even in those with milder COPD and in those without previous exacerbations, according to a study in the June 12 issue of JAMA.
    June 11, 2013 - EurekAlert!

  • Sergey Lavrov in KTAR.com
    We will do all we can to prevent Ukraine's and Georgia's accession into NATO and to avoid an inevitable serious exacerbation of our relations with both the alliance and our neighbors,Lavrov said on Ekho Moskvy radio.
  • Peter Ryan in Sydney Morning Herald
    The government must take note of these specific recommendations,Mr Ryan told reporters. "This government's failure to plan and failure to act on land management have directly led to the exacerbation of these fires. The government does...
  • Amin Gemayel in Reuters
    This exacerbation may take a non-political shape and expose civil peace, security and stability to great dangers,said Gemayel, beside him a portrait of his assassinated son Pierre.

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