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The first phase, leptospiremic or septicemic phase, has an abrupt onset, lasts for a week and is characterized by fever, chills, headache, skin rash, myalgia and conjunctival suffusion.
surely, nymph divine / That fine suffusion on thy cheek was love.
It is known that the intensity of geodynamic changes of certain volumes of geological environment during development of suffusion is far higher than the intensity of its total variations.
They are represented by erosion and washing at surface the blanket of loess: ravine, suffusion, compaction, collapse in steps which forms caves, arcades, and glacis of suffusion.
Other landscapeforming processes like landslides and suffusion incisions, formed by discharge of groundwater preferential flow routes, are present.
This unavoidable, endemic, crucial suffusion of multiple languages into their study helps bring to life core structures of the mind inherent in their subject.
The acute systemic phase of illness begins abruptly with a high remittent fever (38o to 40o C) and headache, chills, rigors, and myalgias; conjunctival suffusion without purulent discharge; abdominal pain; anorexia, nausea and vomiting; diarrhea, and cough and pharynigitis; a pretibial maculopapular cutaneous eruption occurs rarely.
On the basis of the received results of the spent researches of interaction of a soil basis with the artificial fencing constructions specified optimum sizes has been clarified for prevention of the loss of a soil stability, and also developments of soil vent and soil suffusion processes at the reconstruction and the further operation of the overpass.
lakinus present at the collecting site exhibited a wine-colored suffusion on the dorsum of the head and pronotum, and on the femora.
The progressive erosion and attrition of the underlying values giving rise to the exquisite art is perhaps traceable to subtle changes of thought and suffusion of Western materialism.
The explanation, he proposed, 'would seem to be that the planet was being projected against a low intensity suffusion of light (not visually apparent) from the lower chromosphere.
Brian McHale's influential typology of postmodern fiction has much to say about postmodernism as an ontological confusion or suffusion of different worlds; and one can relate the multiple brackets of Gerald's Party to early stories like "The Babysitter" where, for example, a muted TV set intrudes on the main story/reality, offering a (bracketed) alternate reality: "(no words: probably a dance number--patterns of gliding figures come to mind)".