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feverish

, feverous
suffering from fever, esp a slight fever
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Medicines for your baby LLOYDSPHARMACAY PARACETP A T MOL SUSPENSION CHERRYR flavour sugar-free and colour-free medicine for relief of mild to moderate pain and feverishness associated with teething, toothache, headache, colds, flu and postimmunisation fever.
Medicines for your baby LLOYDSPHARMACY PARACETAMOL SUSPENSION CHERRY flavour sugar-free and colour-free medicine for relief of mild to moderate pain and feverishness associated with teething, toothache, headache, colds, flu and postimmunisation fever.
This though is their longtime pet pursuit that they have had injected with a phenomenal intensity, feverishness and vehemence since the government's peace foray with the militants.
Beyond the feverishness of such predictions, it can safely be said that the omnipresence of media in general and mobile media in particular does produce and reflect new forms of sociability.
He knew no envy, no malaise, no prejudice, no discrimination, no ill-will, no bitterness, no competition, no feverishness.
There, he spends nights on the streets, inebriating himself till dawn and losing himself in the ephemeral sensations of disorderly, delirious, and frenzied nocturnal feverishness.
The seeds of this plant were used by the Santal healer in combination with leaves of Justicia gendarussa to treat rheumatism and feverishness, with leaves or fruits of Phyllanthus reticulatus to treat any recurrent chronic disease, and with leaves or bark of Litsea glutinosa to treat diabetes.
Such a collective experience of feverishness, chaos and claustrophobia seems to be meant to evoke the atmosphere of the coup.
Yet the atmosphere is relatively subdued; a tranquilizing feverishness pervades the black box theater.
Uses: Symptomatic relief of influenza, feverishness, chills and feverish colds including headache, sore throat pain, aches and pains, nasal congestion, sinusitis and its associated pain, and acute nasal catarrh.