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endemic

an endemic disease or plant

endemic

[en′dem·ik]
(medicine)
Peculiar to a certain region, specifically referring to a disease which occurs more or less constantly in any locality.
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Then the debt crisis hit and Greece's long-standing and endemically chronic finances almost brought down the entire Eurozone.
Studies show a dairy herd endemically infected with BVD can be losing PS90 a cow a year and beef herds PS30/ cow.
Endemically poor populations need scalable solutions that can make existing amenities accessible and affordable to them.
The last endemically acquired case of VAPP in the United States occurred in the same community in 1999 (2).
The mothers' troubles are compounded by the endemically poor health and economic conditions of life as a refugee.
The director took out a full-page advertisement in Mexico City-based daily newspapers La Jornada and Reforma on April 28 challenging Pena Nieto to answer 10 questions about how the government would open up the state-run oil company PEMEX to foreign investment and where the profits would go in this endemically corrupt country.
Murakami conceptualized the Superflat art movement both as a flattened form in Japanese art, animation, and pop culture, and also as a critique of the shallow emptiness of Japanese consumer culture, which is endemically tied with these visual forms.
The marginalized and endemically workless working classes whose jobs and social status have fallen victim to global capitalism have lost their social standing and are increasingly stigmatized as white trash (cf.
2003) According to National Cancer Center statistics, hepatocellular carcinoma incidence is highest in Mongolians aged 40-60 years, which corresponds to the natural history of endemically transmission of HBV and HCV during 70s to 80s.
It is rare in industrialized countries, but is still a major public health problem worldwide occurring endemically throughout the developing world.