leprous


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lep·rous

(lep'rŭs),
Relating to or suffering from leprosy.
Synonym(s): leprotic

leprous

(lĕp′rəs)
adj.
1. Having leprosy.
2. Of, relating to, or resembling leprosy.
3. Biology Having or consisting of loose, scurfy scales.

lep′rous·ly adv.
lep′rous·ness n.

leprous

, leprotic (lĕp′rŭs)
1. Pert. to leprosy.
2. Affected by leprosy.
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Examples are the strong and explicit titles of chapters II, V, XVI, and XXII respectively: "You can not even touch your baby"; 'Seven brothers condemned to isolation'; 'More ignored than the sick, only laws'; 'Leprous litter'.
Conrad stopped her from begging for for alms and caring for leprous people to avoid infection.
"Here nothing lived, not even the leprous growths that feed on rottenness.
(4) The degree of the disability of a leprous patient is classified from 0 to 2 by WHO; Grade 0 indicates no impairment; Grade 1 shows loss of sensation in the hand, eyes, or foot, and by reaching grade 2 the visible impairment will be noticed.
The overall plot itself isn't all that complex, though the path is riddled with obstacles, including a leprous Walton Goggins, leading an uprising at the walls of the city, old friends from the Glade popping up left and right and an army of cranks and super-soldiers bearing down in all directions.
"The theory of our government is the absolute equality of all its members without regard to all accidents of birth, education, wealth or intelligence," he said in stump speeches.<br />He won the election the day after his 31st birthday.<br />'Leprous with slander'<br />Donnelly detested the endless small talk of Washington.<br />After one long party, he published an article in the St.
Joint pain was one of the major complains amongst 80% of patients since 66% of the patients are male and one of the cause can be leprous testicular atrophy which leads to decrease level of testosterone in an individual and can be a causative factor for osteoporosis and even gynecomastia was observed in few patients.
They need to rebrand themselves immediately because now they are marked as politically leprous and have to understand that their new leader has to be acceptable to the international community, too, and the other political stakeholders in the country.
Overlapping occurrences of rheumatoid and leprous arthritis make it difficult to differentiate these disorders.
254) is traced to Robert Henryson's The Testament of Cresseid (l494).The dark lady is found in Cresseids beauty becoming repulsively leprous.
Likewise, in Malory's account only when Perceval's sister gave her blood willingly, through compassionate sacrifice, was the leprous lady cured.
BasicMed might not open the floodgates to hordes of the halt, the leprous and the blind, nor will it have a short-term impact on insurance.