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Sy·den·ham

(sid'ĕn-ham),
Thomas, English physician, 1624-1689. See: Sydenham chorea, Sydenham disease.
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After the hearing, Mrs Sydenham had collected evidence of what she felt was happening to both herself and other staff, which she sent from her own school email account to her home email address, which she shared with her husband - but the move prompted her suspension on the grounds she had breached data protection, sparking a subsequent investigation, and her resignation.
After the hearing, Mrs Sydenham collected evidence of what she felt was happening to her and other staff, which she sent from her school email account to her home email address, which she shared with her husband.
Sydenham's chorea (SC) is an autoimmune movement disorder, which develops following group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infections (GABHS) and is one of the major diagnostic criteria for acute rheumatic fever (ARF).
It is the goal of Philab Holdings through the acquisition of Sydenham Lab to lead in precision medicine and pharmacogenomics in Asia," Navasero said.
'The acquisition of Sydenham Lab enables Philab Holdings to broaden our service offering to the Filipinos,' Philab Chairman and President Tom Navasero was quoted in a statement as saying.
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Residents in Sydenham House are being allowed to use enter and exit the building as usual.
And would like to say thank you to Lighthorne Heath and Sydenham for their support."
Sydenham's power of crafting characters that walk the pages as individuals with their own thickly layered struggles--calling to mind the Turkish proverb, "One who is drenched does not fear the rain"--is compelling enough to make readers turn inside to the truths within themselves.
ELIZABETH BUCKLEY, conductor, The Sydenham Singers, Stockton
As well as the Egyptian Fine Art Court at Sydenham, he was responsible for the Alhambra Court, which beckoned through the 'Avenue of the Sphinxes'.
Keywords: Sydenham's chorea, acute rheumatic fever, streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis, child