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SECONDS, crim. law. Those persons who assist, direct and support others engaged in fighting a duel.
     2. As they are often much to blame in inciting the duellists to their rash act, and as they are always assisting in the commission of the crime, the laws generally punish them with severity but, in consequence of the false ideas too generally entertained on the subject of honor, the are too seldom enforced.

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While traversing the horrible place, his vertigo vanished.
I dragged along through several months of that winter, and did my best to carry out that notable scheme of not minding my vertigo.
To think this is giddiness and vertigo to human limbs, and even vomiting to the stomach: verily, the reeling sickness do I call it, to conjecture such a thing.
Dr Rajeev Boudhankar, vice-president, Kohinoor Hospital, said, "We observed that vertigo is a highly under-diagnosed ailment and patients run from post to pillar looking for effective treatment.
Or perhaps how Vertigo engenders a variety of spectators and interpretations?
Animation Vertigo is the first and only company in the industry to offer motion capture services through the renowned animation artists and motion editors of the Philippines.
They explain key concepts in assessing, diagnosing, and managing common peripheral vestibular disorders, including key terms, causes, the vestibular system, features of vestibular disorders, types, vertigo and dizziness in special populations, examination techniques and tests, investigations, pharmacotherapy, surgical management, vestibular rehabilitation, and evaluating a dizzy patient.
The album, produced by seventime Grammy winner Rick Rubin, will be released on Vertigo (worldwide) and Vertigo/Republic in the US, marking the band's return to Vertigo, their original label, a spokesman said.
The album, produced by seven-time Grammy winner Rick Rubin, will be released on Vertigo (worldwide) and Vertigo/ Republic in the US, marking the band's return to Vertigo, their original label, a spokesman said.
Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo has been named the greatest film of all time, in a poll conducted by the British Film Institute's Sight and Sound magazine.
One form of dizziness is vertigo that is the specific complaint of either the environment moving in relation to the patient or the patient moving in relation to the environment.
Dizzy with recent success, Israel's Vertigo Dance Company visits the U.