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farcy:

see glandersglanders,
highly contagious disease of horses, mules, and donkeys, caused by the bacterium Actinobacillus mallei. Although it can be transmitted to humans, it is limited almost exclusively to handlers of equine animals.
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farcy

[′fär·sē]
(veterinary medicine)
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The chronic form of glanders in humans is known as farcy.
Police Commissioner Gilbert (Bernard Farcy, pulling out all the stops) mistakes a hotel chambermaid for a terrorist and pegs soccer star Djibril Cisse (himself) as a possible illegal immigrant.
Farcy, a historian of the judiciary system, worked in a dozen archives departementales and in the Archives Nationales in Paris (Ministry of Interior's Fund).
Jean-Claude Farcy, Guide des archives judiciaires et penitentiaires (1800-1958), Paris, C.
Gilles Hennessy, currently vice president and general manager of Hennessy, was acting president of the company until the appointment of Roland de Farcy as new president and CEO.
Y Camille Farcy, "La guerra del nitrato" (traducido en La France), en: Boletin de la Guerra del Pacifico 1879-1881, Santiago, Ed.
There is also a fine-podded dwarf french bean, Triomphe de Farcy, which was used for early crops grown under glass.
Farcy also notes that shaving a year off of medical school could save students as much as $50,000 in tuition and fees.
Many persons with visual impairments who have used electronic mobility aids have expressed that they are satisfied with their use (Blasch, Long, & Griffin-Shirley, 1989; Darling, Goodrich, & Wiley, 1977; Farcy et al.