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choler

1. Archaic one of the four bodily humours; yellow bile
2. Obsolete biliousness
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Typhoid, for instance, still sickens up to 22 million people every year, and choler is a major risk after natural disasters or in crowded living conditions.
According to this medieval theory of medicine, yellow bile or choler, the humor that governs anger, spirit and courage, makes a person choleric, or hot-tempered.
The horrified coward cringes behind a curtain while Truewit loudly and ironically pleads to an invisible listener to hear his words and calm down: 'I never knew a man's choler so high, but he would speak to his friends, he would hear reason' (4.
Dyma Reggie Perrin, Ealing Comedy, Monty Python a choler a thei yn llithro yn ol heb i neb sylwi i'r presennol, fel hunllef ddrwg o oes a fu Mae'r 50au yn ol, croeso yn ol Attlee, Churchill, Eden a Macmillan, neu efallai'r 60au a'r Rhyfel Oer.
on UN to Take Responsibility as Choler Still Far From 'Under
The unrest in society that led to these circumstances mainly stemmed from growing social deprivations and choler against President Muammar Gaddafi's autocracy.
The basis for explaining health and illness was the individual's balance of blood, choler (yellow bile), melancholy (black bile), and phlegm.
Habia sido levantado en la cabecera municipal de San Miguel Totolapan junto con su choler Eduardo Carrillo cuando viajaban en una camioneta oficial; el tambien fue ejecutado.
Basically, doctors or theologians concerned with disease believed that any illness could be imputed to one of two causes: either unsound functioning of the four humours in the body (blood, phlegm, choler, and black bile), or demonic possession.
A 12th century treatise, the Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum, described the effects of excess choler thusly, "Your tongue will seem all rough, and oftentimes cause vomits, unaccustomed and hateful, great thirst, your excrements are full of slime, the stomach squeamish, sustenance ungrateful, your appetite will seem in nought delighting.
The ash percent is marking of all minerals except Iodine and choler ions, because these elements sublimate by burning in electrical furnace.
Old, but full Of force and choler, and firm upon his feet, And like an oaken stock in winter woods, Oerflourished with the hoary clematis .