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QUEASY

An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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He told listeners yesterday: "The chances are you won't hear one again on this programme being played again because it just leaves one very queasy at the thought.
Ginger If too much alcohol has you feeling queasy, ginger is the perfect food to help settle your stomach and relieve nausea.
People can get a little queasy when the discussion turns to the wonders of the black pud.
1 : somewhat nauseated <The boat ride made me queasy.>
Nor do you have to be gay to be made queasy by homophobia, Muslim to flinch at "towel-head"-type epithets, female to be sickened by sexism, or black to speak out against racism.
For those of you made queasy by sentimentality, feel free to move on now--it's only going to get worse.
Ifyou still feel queasy, a pronethazine injection from the ship's doctor for pounds 22 will stabilise you
The authors also offer 150 healthy recipes that feed mom and baby well, take little time to prepare, and are gentle on queasy stomachs.
Such feverish, virtuosic monumentality is brought up short by humble, queasy green structures (huts, a rustic bridge), rendered with the flat precision of a fairy-tale illustration, that stake out patches of human territory.
"Are we going to have to provide him with a breathing apparatus?" It's enough to make you feel queasy ...
Earthworms may make you queasy, but they can be safe to eat when cooked.
The idea that the stage-manager of the pointless Live8 rock concerts is able to enhance his own earnings on the back of the poverty-stricken Africans may make you feel a little queasy.