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algid

 [al´jid]
chilly; cold.

al·gid

(al'jid),
Chilly, cold.
[L. algidus, cold]

algid

/al·gid/ (al´jid) chilly or cold.

algid

[al′jid]
Etymology: L, algere, to be cold
chilly or cold.

al·gid

(al'jid)
Body state characterized by prostration, clammy skin, and hypotension.
[L. algidus, cold]

algid

Cold, clammy skin.

al·gid

(al'jid)
Chilly, cold.
[L. algidus, cold]

algid

chilly; cold.
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En definitiva, tant el clima intel-lectual general, amb el moment algid del dret medieval, com les vicissituds biografiques de Llull havien de fer que el mallorqui se sentis atret pel mon del dret, una ciencia redescoberta que estava de moda i que serviria de banc de proves per a l'Art.
The interpretation of the historic process attended --despite its discontinuity caused by a lack of data-- informs about the different rates on agrarian intensification, productive diversification and socio-political integration in the zone, reaching its algid moment at the end of the studied sequence.
drifts through algid brine, kelp-wound: his ship has foundered
falciparum is associated with fatal complications such as cerebral malaria, algid malaria, septicemic malaria, severe anemia, kidney failure, respiratory distress, metabolic acidosis, etc.