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malaise

a mild sickness, not symptomatic of any disease or ailment

malaise

[mə′lāz]
(medicine)
A general state of ill-being or the feeling of poor health.
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Durant le meme extrait, BCE n'a pas pu cacher les sequelles de son malaise sur son etat physique; la bouche mi-ouverte, le visage fatigue, le manque de punch et surtout l'absence du sourire habituel...
Essebsi, [beaucoup moins que] victime d'un grave malaise, a ete transfere a l'hopital militaire de Tunis [beaucoup plus grand que], avait ecrit peu auparavant la presidence sur sa page Facebook, alors que deux attentats suicides viennent de frapper la capitale tunisienne, tuant un policier et faisant au moins huit blesses selon les autorites.
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As for the unending misery posed by traffic congestion, if the President himself would take the lead, supported by the government machinery and its officials (one agency alone cannot do the job), as well as the people, to 'kill' the monster, it would ease the daily agony of the working class and students, and greatly reduce this feeling of malaise.
Scobina specimens were identified among the sawflies collected between the years of 2008 e 2012 in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) fields of Santa Cruz do Sul (29[degrees]47'41.2"S; 52[degrees]24'49.7"W) and Passa Sete (29[degrees]27'56.5"S; 52[degrees]57'43.3"W) (both in state of Rio Grande do Sul) utilizing Malaise traps for entomofauna studies associated to the culture in southern Brazil.
Fever was present in about 85% of cases of children with stomatitis, in 95% of cases with myalgias and malaise, but in only 50% of cases of hand/foot/mouth.
For the present study, data from 5 Townes-style Malaise traps (Sante Traps, Lexington, Kentucky), spaced 50 to 100 m apart, were used.
Demolition & reconstruction workshops and professional externship school Armand Malaise. Revival of lots 4 - 09/06/10 following call of unsuccessful initial offers.
It usually begins with a fever, poor appetite, malaise, and a sore throat.
A lo largo de un ano (marzo de 2010 a marzo de 2011) se realizaron colectas de icneumonidos por medio de una trampa Malaise en un bosque de encinos, dominado por Quercus rysophilla Weath y Q.
Weeklong samples are collected continuously using 30 Malaise traps positioned across an urban-to-less-urban swath of Los Angeles.
Merope tuber have been collected using Malaise traps, picric acid traps, European chafer traps, carbon dioxide traps, molasses traps, and glue traps [2,12,21], with the most effective being Malaise traps [22].