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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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In 1750, Klein, secretary to the city of Danzig, reaffirmed the submersion theory in De A vibus Erraticis et Migratoriis, an essay attached to his Historiae Avium Prodromus, published at Leipzig.
Florae Peravianae, et Chilensis Prodromus, sive novoram generam plantaram peravianaram, et chilensium descriptiones et icones.
All segregate genera were assumed into Piper by Casimir de Candolle, who prepared the most complete treatment in Alphonse de Candolle's Prodromus (1869), in which only 398 species were recognized.
Prodromus florae hispanicae seu synopsis methodica omnium plantarum in Hispania sponte nascentium vel frequentius cultarum quae innotuerunt.
In Natural History of Victoria: Prodromus of the Zoology of Victoria 1878-90, Decade II, pp.
El conde Gabriele Verri publicaba en 1747 la obra mas representativa de su pensamiento: Prodromus de origine et progressu iuris mediolanensis y volvia a publicar, en 1747, sin reformarlas, las Novae Constitutiones de 1541 que desde 1617 no se habian vuelto a editar.
The full Latin title was Prodromus Dissertationum Cosmographicarum Continens Mysterium Cosmographicum ("A Preview of Cosmographical Dissertations Containing the Mystery of the Cosmos").
Sobieski resisted the invasion of Central Europe by the Turks in the late 17th century, and the Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius invented this constellation in his honor--it was included in Hevelius's posthumous catalog, Prodromus Astronomiae, published in 1690.