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Addison,

village (1990 pop. 32,058), Du Page co., NE Ill.; inc. 1884. An industrial suburb of Chicago, it manufactures machinery and plastic items.

Addison

Joseph. 1672--1719, English essayist and poet who, with Richard Steele, founded The Spectator (1711--14) and contributed most of its essays, including the de Coverley Papers
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Note: A dog presented in an Addisonian crisis should have a stress leukogram due to his critical state.
These vague symptoms are why many dogs are diagnosed only when they experience an Addisonian crisis.
He added: "I believe she had an Addisonian crisis and that's why she died.
Addisonian patients needing glucocorticosteroid replacement during pre-conception or pregnancy should use hydrocortisone instead of prednisolone or dexamethasone.
(15) In the subsequent paragraphs, Guyer attempts to prove his main claim with citations, but his readings are not necessarily the most natural; it is not so much of a caricature as one might expect that practically in every Addisonian sentence where he finds the word "variety" or "action," he happily identifies it as the occurrence of "play" or "free play"--meanwhile this "play" becomes tacitly a play with ideas, or a play with the "materials" (I:67), and not "a free play of our mental powers" as it was at the outset of this chapter.
He longed for financial independence through his philosophical publications, which he would eventually achieve by writing them "with Addisonian concision and perspicacity." He wanted to write philosophy that people would read.
This irony, however, may not render Toby morally suspect as an individual so much as mark an extreme instance of Addisonian pleasure of the imagination, one corroborated by the above-cited case of Jiinger.
* Addisonian crisis which causes severe pain, convulsions and unconsciousness.
Despite the fact that Addison disease is the least common of the four associated diseases listed, unrecognized Addison disease that progresses to Addisonian crisis can be fatal.
Comic characters in the mode of the ludicrous were humorists in the newer, Addisonian sense, individuals whose faults not only could be tolerated--they are not the butts of a reforming satire--but whose faults, their odd humors, could even make them endearing to the reader.
The mean Na to K ratio of Addisonian patients was 5.0 and decreased to 1.8 following treatment with corticosteroids.
A Man United fan with a strange medical condition called Addisonian Crisis has been warned she could die of stress while watching her team.