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dol

 [dōl]
a unit of pain intensity.

dol

(dōl),
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

(dōl) a unit of pain intensity.

dol

(dōl)
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

(dōl)
A unit measure of pain.
[L. dolor, pain]

dol

a unit of pain intensity.
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