car sickness

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car sickness:

see motion sicknessmotion sickness,
waves of nausea and vomiting experienced by some people, resulting from the sudden changes in movement of a vehicle. The ailment is also known as seasickness, car sickness, train sickness, airsickness, and swing sickness.
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For many drivers who think their child has a problem with car sickness it might simply be that their child has a problem with their driving," added Bos, who also holds a chair in motion perception at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and has worked on a device that shows when behaviour behind the wheel could affect sickness-prone passengers.
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Just then, two suspicious looking guests arrive--a guy who supposedly has car sickness (Wang Hongwei) and his glamorous but snooty wife (Wang Sifei).
In that manner, wrapping themselves in fictions of their own construction, they kept car sickness, boredom, and the constraints of the adult world at bay.