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prodrome

[′prō‚drōm]
(medicine)
An early or premonitory manifestation of impending disease before the specific symptoms begin.
An aura.
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431 Walz, not to mention the characters bearing this very name in the novels of Theodorus Prodromus and Eustathius Macrembolites, probably a self-conscious echo of the [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
So in 1633 Scheiner wrote his Prodromus pro sole mobile (published only in 1651, after the author's death) to expose both Galileo's plagiarism of his discovery and to disprove the conclusion he had drawn from it.
13) The twelfth-century tetrastichs of Theodore Prodromus, she
All three poems appeared in the above order in the earliest edition of his works, Prodromus (1641), (19) published after Fleming's death by Adam Olearius.