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verb An obsolete Middle English term meaning to exude, as in eczema; it is not used in the working medical parlance.

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An alternative treatment for sleep disorders in which the oral mucosa is stimulated by low-wattage electromagnetic fields.
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In September 2002 in Mendocino County's Anderson Valley, a heat wave gave way to a cool spell, causing Navarro Vineyards' Gewurztraminer vines to be hung with mixed clusters of ripe and underripe grapes.
Look for it on the first sunny morning after a wet cool spell.
Rockwell said the higher temperatures might seem worse than they really are after a cool spell in Los Angeles.
This feature lets you adjust the run times of all stations with a push of a button, so if there's a sudden heat wave or prolonged cool spell, you can increase or decrease run times (usually in 10 percent increments) without tinkering with each program.
2--ran in AV only--color) Poppies were starting to bloom Monday, but they won't be in full bloom until mid-April because of February's cool spell, officials said.
Most glaciers have been waning since the end of a global cool spell dubbed the Little Ice Age, which lasted from the mid-1300s to the mid-1800s.
So a date that had been arranged during a cool spell in May had to be honoured, and the children's first trip to the smoke went ahead in temperatures touching the 90s.
That's around the end of an extended cool spell that scientists call the Little Ice Age, says Jason Haugland, a geologist at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
The Preboreal Oscillation cool spell lasted no more than 250 years, says Fisher.
In the cool spell of the 1960s and 1970s, British birds began laying eggs later in the year than they had before, the study shows.