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anabasis

A near-extinct term for the initial period of a morbid (disease) process.

anabasis

the stage of increase in a disease.
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In the novel Nagri is employed by Xenophon to compile the Anabasis from his cryptic notes.
AOR:INF other 'One said to chose other generals' (Xenophon, Anabasis, 1.
Xenophon's Anabasis (translated March Up Country or The Persian Expedition) was translated and first published widely in English around the dawn of the 20th century.
Among the books he had stacked in his room were The Myth of Sisyphus, The Anabasis, The Portable Nietzsche, and Hamlet.
negevensis, Salsola vermiculata, Bassia (Chenolea) arabica, and Atriplex glauca on chalk- and marl-derived soils; Anabasis syriaca and Haloxylon scoparium are the shrubby dominants on loess-derived soils.
html) further exploits the possibilities of using the Web as an "anthologizing" medium, acting as a meta-site that explores the shared aesthetics of four electronic poetry zines: Potepoetzine, Anabasis, Juxta Electronic, and Experioddi(cyber)cist.
Their first interaction with Europeans appears in Xenophon's Anabasis, when the Greek army retreating from Mesopotamia to the Black Sea had to cope with the depredations of a people called the karduchoi.
In 2012, Dompe acquired Anabasis, an Italian biotech company that develops innovative drugs based on rhNGF (whose discovery earned Professor Rita Levi Montalcini the Nobel Prize for Medicine) for serious eye diseases for which there are no effective treatments available.
He first discusses terminology and royal capitals, and then essentially goes through Xenophon work by work (Hellenica and Anabasis, Agesilaus, Socratic texts, and the Cyropaedia).
The extraordinary historian of the ancient world is discussed in terms of such topics as Plutarch's reading, the Renaissance reception of Spartan Constitution, Socrates' trial and death, historical agency and self-awareness in Hellenica and Anabasis, and Xenophon on pride, on slavery, and on leadership.
This passage makes up a parallel account to Nearchus' more extensive report, which has been preserved as an appendix to the Anabasis of Arrian (the Indica).
63) The precedent for this is surely the force of desire ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) in Arrian's Anabasis, which steers Alexander's course consistently throughout the text.