prodromal

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pro·dro·mal

(prō-drō'măl, prod'rō-măl),
Relating to a prodrome.

prodromal

[-drō′məl]
Etymology: Gk, pro, before, dromos, course
pertaining to early symptoms that may mark the onset of a disease.

pro·dro·mal

(prō-drō'măl)
Relating to a prodrome.
Synonym(s): prodromic, prodromous.

prodromal

early marker/symptom of disease

prodromal

the stage of premonitory signs presaging the onset of disease or of specific clinical signs such as seizures.
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La rae, desde el Discurso Proemial, reservo <v> para la representacion de consonante y <u> para la de vocal, y asi se emplean ambas grafias en esta muestra, con excepcion de la forma abreviada: V.
The choice of proemial verses and proof-texts usually rested on such established exegetical traditions.
Augustine's question is echoed in Petrarch's famous proemial sonnet:
The putting together of this selection does seem to have led Bembo to compose the Petrarchan proemial sonnet 'Piansi e cantai lo strazio e l'aspra guerra', which was published only in print rather than in manuscript.
severo, porque aunque por su propio caracter de texto proemial no
With the commentary provided by Chiorboli, the term Rime was modified in a more Petrarchan sense with the addition of the adjective sparse (which clearly reproduces the syntagm attested in the first verse of the proemial sonnet, "Voi ch'ascoltate in rime sparse il suono"); also in the edition with a commentary by Ponte we find Rime sparse once again.