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foudroyant

(fo͞o-droi′ənt, fo͞o′drwä-yäN′)
adj.
Medicine Occurring suddenly and severely. Used of a disease.

fulminant

adjective Referring to an abrupt and severe onset of a new disease or condition, or deterioration of a previously diagnosed and managed disorder; the term usually refers to cancer or severe infection and would rarely, if ever, be used for trauma-induced conditions.
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The frigate Foudroyant was to be restored over eight years in a specially built dry dock at Hartlepool in a project estimated to cost pounds 5million.
A la 23e minute, le lateral gauche Oussama Gharib parvient a trouver le chemin des filets en lancant un tir foudroyant a l'entree de la surface.
Le succes foudroyant de Raja Belmlih c'est d'abord son style, alternant le dialecte et le classique de maniere a satisfaire l'ensemble du public, du cote du Bouregreg, comme du cote du Nil.
Gervinho, foudroyant lors du premier tour, est demeure spectral, et Kalou pas tellement plus consistant.
La Bibliotheque royale prend un essor foudroyant a partir de Louis XIV.
Zanzala considere le tribalisme comme etant "le poison le plus foudroyant qui tue, aujourd'hui, les societes africaines" (92).
The picture is a part of a sketchbook containing 36 other watercolours painted by Ellis Cornelia Knight when she voyaged with the trio on board Nelson's flagship, the Foudroyant, in the Mediterranean in 1800.
Car le joueur pro n'est pas celui qui enchaEne les dribles ou encore les tirs foudroyants sans resultats.