sideration


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sid·er·a·tion

(sid'ĕr-ā'shŭn),
Any sudden attack, as of apoplexy.
[L. sideror, pp. sideratus, to be blasted or palsied by a constellation, fr. sidus (sider-), a constellation, the heavens]

sideration

An obsolete term for any condition of abrupt onset; attack, stroke.

sid·er·a·tion

(sid'ĕr-ā'shŭn)
Any sudden attack, as of apoplexy.
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Pour l'ensemble des femmes enceintes de jumeaux rencontrees, la nouvelle de la grossesse multiple a ete bien acceptee autant par la mere que par le pere, une fois que la phase de sideration au moment de l'annonce a ete depassee.
Based on the same con sideration, an improved DSCMRC structure incorporating two parallel open-ended stubs is introduced, simulated and measured in this section.
La solidarite et la collaboration se sont alors imposees comme une necessite, afin de contrer les risques de la premiere impression ou de la sideration et d'eviter l'enlisement vers les lieux communs, les prejuges, le decouragement, voire la desesperance ou la demission (Aubin, 2002).
An important con sideration for all indicators was that local data were available for application in the framework and that the use of the framework was simple yet efficient at identifying vulnerable communities exposed to high levels of air pollution.
The aim of the historian is neither to evade nor to succumb to trauma, but to rehearse affective experiences as a means of reflecting on the general patterns in social evolution that have produced them, what Michel Delon has characterized as a movement from "sideration" or stupefaction to "consideration," or an understanding of events from the standpoint of philosophical history.
Previous lessons learned by the Welsh team over many years of experience in manufacturing the product and solving process issues were taken into con sideration during the PFMEA studies.
Human Rights Comm., List of Issues to be Taken Up in Connection with the Con sideration of the Second and Third Periodic Reports of the U.S., [paragraph] 3, U.N.
Les hommes, eux, a moitie petrifies par une obscure sideration, restaient longtemps assis, en rond, vetus de loques europeennes, ils arboraient des casquettes yankees, des montres suisses made in Japan, des bas de laine signes par Burlington, et sucotaient des cigarettes blondes et light a bout-filtre allonge (413-414).
Manning's algorithm is also under con sideration by consumer credit counseling organizations and major credit card issuers.
"He has had a few injury problems in the past, but that will be taken into con sideration in respect of the deal we are giving him until the end of the season.
is equivalent to the initial setting (according to the Instant interpretation) in which the combined system S [cross product] A under con sideration is being present at the q-instant Q of the continuum [Q.sub.SA] such that