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ache

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(medicine)
A constant dull or throbbing pain.
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No obstante, Gerard Aching, profesor de Cornell University, propone un tema creativo y bien sustentado donde la dicotomia de las palabras Libertad y Liberacion sirven de soporte para mostrar como los tres grupos mencionados anteriormente lucharon o patrocinaron la esclavitud en la Cuba colonial.
If you struggle to stay active or suffer from poorer circulation, at returning the blood, causing tired, aching, heavy feeling legs, plus swollen feet and ankles.
Aching Arms is running a Miles in Memory fundraising challenge where people can choose to run, walk, jog, swim or cycle as many miles as they can during October.
The presenter said she was already feeling the strain of training and was "aching in places I've never ached before".
Q When I walk, I get an aching pain-like a charley horse-in my left calf for months.
Mam you went to sleep a year ago, our hearts still ache, our tears still flow, but memories help our aching hearts.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2005: When young witch-in-training Tiffany Aching joins in the dance of the seasons, despite being told not to, she catches the eye of the Wintersmith, the spirit of winter, with potentially catastrophic consequences.
Aching Cadio Santiago, 36, from Hong Kong who was on a working holiday in Liverpool has been missing since Sunday, August 6.
By early spring, they're arriving en masse, with pulled muscles, aching knees, and shin splints.