aesthesia


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aesthesia

[es′thē·zhə]
(physiology)
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The issue is not only about failing brakes or the weak immune systems of these cultures; it may also be about the poisons active within them, about permissiveness and inspiration toward evil and aggression--and the aggressive madness in the very heart of the most gentle of aesthesia, in the very heart of artistic beauty.
3 Aesthesia and Respiratory Devices, India, Distribution Share (2006-2007) 129