quartana

quartana

adjective Occurring every fourth day; quartan.
 
noun Quartan malaria, see there.
References in periodicals archive ?
Mary School fourth grade students, in conjunction with the Victor Quartana Post 397, Rotary Club of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury Garden Club, the Shrewsbury Firefighter's Association, Katherine A.
En los ultimos anos varias revisiones han debatido sobre la naturaleza de este constructo (Martorella, Cote y Choiniere, 2008; Quartana et al.
ovale cause less severe clinical courses of disease with the manifestations of malaria quartana (P.
This technique was developed as a means of assessing program effectiveness in a systematic, post-hoe manner (Mattson, Quartana, & Swanson, 1998).
Gotte, gomme, dolor, doglie franciose, Mal di fianco e di stomaco, e la peste, E la quartana fur le prime cose.
While quinine was not isolated in pharmacological form until 1820, cinchona bark had been known by Europeans since the early seventeenth century as a cure for malaria in all its various forms, known then by such archaic names as the ague, tertiana, quartana, and double quartana fevers.
Et pure ultimamente, dopoi che la febre quartana non mi dava piu noia, mi havevo messo a leggere lo Evangelio di san Matheo et qualche cosa di sancto Gregorio et sancto Agustino, quando, oltre la indispositione del corpo, mi sentiva nascere per quelle lectione alguni timori ne l'animo, vani et pazzi pero; pure, benche li cognoscessi essere vani, mi davano grandissima perturbatione" Camaldoli no.
Holm Sorensen (Den), M Quartana (Ita) 78 L Mar (Spa), K Borjeskog (Swe), H Stirling (Bridge of Alan), R Prout (Betchworth Park), M Gillen (Beaverstown), M Allen (Moor Park), K Honisch (Germany), K Dobson (Fulford), J Pritchard (Tredegar Park), S Evans (Vale of Llangollen) 79 K Smith (Waterlooville), E Pilgrim (St Pierre), M Prieto (Spa), A Knutson (Swe), M Campomanes (Spa), K Engstrom (Swe), R Fry (Aus), C Queen (Drumpelier), J Ross (Whitley Bay), M Morrin (The Curragh), M Hillier (Ger), R Bell (Ganton)
Before Drexel, Quartana was the Manager of Organizational Development for Philadelphia during former Mayor Edward G.
Elaine Cuthill (Lanark) went down 4 and 3 to Italy's Monica Quartana in the British Girls' Amateur Open Todd Bowl at High Post, Wiltshire.
This was the case with the installation by Luca Quartana, who worked with a community of convicts serving life terms, and it has been true for some time of the work of Peter Fend and the Premiata Ditta group.
Mary's School fourth grade students, in conjunction with the Victor Quartana Post 397, Rotary Club of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury Garden Club, Shrewsbury Firefighters Association; and three anonymous donors, one of whom made their gift "In honor of the Library Staff.