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The warning of a coming outbreak began to show itself in her face.
At the outbreak of the Revolution Burke was already sixty, and the inevitable tendency of his mind was away from the enthusiastic liberalism which had so strongly moved him in behalf of the Americans and the Hindoos.
Crows and Blackfeet squabbling - as usual - but no outbreaks, and settlers feeling fairly easy.
There is a vestige of decency, a sense of shame, that does much to curb and check those outbreaks of atrocious cruelty so commonly enacted upon the plantation.
Had the acute-angled rabble been all, without exception, absolutely destitute of hope and of ambition, they might have found leaders in some of their many seditious outbreaks, so able as to render their superior numbers and strength too much even for the wisdom of the Circles.
No less than one hundred and twenty rebellions are recorded in our annals, besides minor outbreaks numbered at two hundred and thirty-five; and they have all ended thus.
001) of one and two years of the Ebola outbreak of 2014; and by their sudden drop in Count (p<0.
com)-- German authorities define a foodborne disease outbreak as when two or more people contract a disease from the same food.
Since 1973, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has collected data on foodborne disease outbreaks submitted by all states, the District of Columbia, and US territories through the Foodborne Disease Outbreak Surveillance System.
A MAJOR study into an outbreak of pneumonia at a North Tyneside school in 2006 has resulted in many lessons being learned, a health expert has said.
And Norovirus, "far and away" the most common cause of outbreaks with a known etiology, was cited as the cause of an outbreak in 14% of published reports vs.