epidemic

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epidemic

(Disease), noun ailment, contagion, disease, endemic, illness, infection, malady, pandemic, plague, scourge, sickness
Associated concepts: antiepidemic law, epidemic law, pandemic

epidemic

(Large scale), noun a far-reaching occurrence, a rampant situation, a universal situation, a wideepread situation, acceleration, an omnibus situation, burreoning number, comprehensiveness, extensiveness, flurry, increasing number, mounting number, upsurge, upturn
Associated concepts: class action
See also: contagious, current, disease, far reaching, general, pestilent, predominant, prevailing, prevalent, rife
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Hence, in our approach the epidemical model is used as a disorientation mechanism triggering from the fake data sources.
SNIPPER 7x7 NONHOME EIDOLIC ESERINE ZONATED EMETINE RESECTS DOGGERELS 9x5 OVERVALUE MINIATURE INUNDATED CEASELESS ATHEROMA 8x6 THOLEPIN AERATING MISTRACE ANTEATER NEEDLERS NEWFANGLED 10x4 EXHILARATE EPIDEMICAL MOROSENESS ATHEROMA 8x6 THOLEPIN AERATING MISTRACE ANTEATER NEEDLESS METATHETICAL 12x3 AMELIORATIVE GENTLENESSES FEVERISH 8x6 ITERANCE BESOTTED BRIDLING ENCEINTE DEADNESS UNMETABOLIZED 13x2 NEURAMINIDASE
It stated, 'The Cacoethes scribendi (46) has, of late, become epidemical.
Amidst the ecclesial, political, military, and epidemical disasters of the century, prophecy and alchemy offered hope that by discerning the hidden purposes of God in scripture, history, and nature, humans could survive and even thrive.
Virus propagation and its epidemical threshold also are obtained from the graph theory [6].
AaAaAa The meeting discussed the H1N1 health epidemical status in health institutions, reviewed Sohar Hospital's plan to tackle the disease and the region's plan to deal with the disease at schools.
Journal of Epidemical Community Health, 55, 356-363.
Researchers at Kent State University Ashtabula and the Infection Control Practitioners at ACMC have established a collaborative project to investigate and characterize the epidemical changes in MRSA incidence among the younger population in Ashtabula County.