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I lose aesthesia during the final sprint toward the wobbling horizon and reach the line as a distended form.
Dr Challen had been working as a senior house officer in an aesthesia at the Wythenshawe Hospital in Greater Manchester when the youngsters were admitted on November 2, 2003.
Aesthesia has nothing to do with the objective beauty of a shape, a sentence or a note, since there is no such thing in art as beauty for its own sake.
Aesthetics or aesthesia are labels traditionally applicable to the work of feeling in society.