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salubrious

 [sah-loo´bre-us]
conducive to health; wholesome.

sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs),
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]

salubrious

/sa·lu·bri·ous/ (sah-loo´bre-us) conducive to health; wholesome.

sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs)
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]

salubrious

conducive to health; wholesome.
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This way, once again, `travellers throughout these vast plains [may] all concur in their admiration of the luxuriance of the soil, the salubrity of the climate, and the loveliness of the entire landscape .
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After favorably comparing China's wealth, abundance, long history, and natural salubrity to those of Europe, he will subscribe to the widely held and reiterated parable of the three eyes in the early modern period: that while the Chinese have two and the peoples of Europe (i popoli d'Europa) have one, the rest of humankind have none.
Rather than rely on the study of the design impact of reinforced concrete, this article argues that recurrent concepts of permanence and salubrity were used as selling arguments by the advocates of reinforced concrete and contributed to the growing popularity of the new material.