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prickle

Botany a pointed process arising from the outer layer of a stem, leaf, etc., and containing no woody or conducting tissue
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If you think someone has a heat rash, look for these symptoms - itching, rash of tiny red spots, mild swelling, prickling or burning feeling.
Also known as heat rash, or miliaria, prickly heat is an itchy and red skin rash which often causes a stinging, or prickling, sensation.
These women will experience reactions to climatic stress along with prickling, tightness, fine flaking, and extreme dryness.
have finally caught up with me in the form of prickling, some numbness in toes and pad of both feet.
Commonly described as a crawling, tingling or prickling sensation.
Throughout, Nick moves with a sort of prickling, half-dazzled pleasure through these cliques and places to which he doesn't belong.
The study found that high consumption of tea flavored with bergamot essence - as in Earl Grey - can cause muscle cramps, involuntary twitches, burning or prickling feeling and blurred vision.
Staff have admitted having strange sensations, such as the prickling of hairs on the back of the neck while on shift.