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Related to lues: syphilis, Sifilis

lu·es

(lū'ēz),
A plague or pestilence; specifically, syphilis.
[L. pestilence]

lues

(lo͞o′ēz)
n. pl. lues
Syphilis.

lu·et′ic (-ĕt′ĭk) adj.
lu·et′i·cal·ly adv.

lues

 Syphilis, see there.

lu·es

(lū'ēz)
A plague or pestilence; specifically, syphilis.
[L. pestilence]

lues

An obsolete term for SYPHILIS, sometimes used by doctors as a euphemism.

lu·es

(lū'ēz)
A plague or pestilence; specifically, syphilis.
[L. pestilence]
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The prevalence of lues maligna was 0.36% in Haslund's original series (2).
It is known that the pathogenesis of lues maligna is less dependent on specific treponemal virulence factors and more influenced by the host's immune state, as patients can acquire the disease from persons with typical manifestations of syphilis (1).
Though it appears that the Lues have smoothed over every rough edge, Heidi says the pressures of juggling home, family and careers can be overwhelming.
Nevertheless, the Lues make time for their son's day care programs and their daughter's Brownie meetings.
Since then, the Cavs (48-30) have put together a solid 8-1 run over the last two weeks and with the team seemingly (http://www.ibtimes.com/lebron-james-hoping-things-come-together-cleveland-cavaliers-ahead-playoffs-2668793) peaking at the right time ahead of the NBA playoffs, they will be boosted by Lue's return, who, according to (https://www.cleveland.com/cavs/index.ssf/2018/04/tyronn_lue_to_return_as_cavali.html) sources close to Cleveland.com , is ready to resume his coaching duties.
LUE is calculated as the product of maximum light use efficiency and its temperature and moisture stressors [26] as
LUE (x, t) = [T.sub.[epsilon]1] (x, t) x [T.sub.[epsilon]2] (x, t) x [W.sub.[epsilon]] (x, t) x [[epsilon].sub.max], (3)
Tai-speakers like the Tai Lue tend to be conceptually linked with the lowlands and paddy farming, and so they are by definition not 'hill tribe forest destroyers' who practice 'shifting agriculture'.
The Tai Lue of Silalaeng: Conservation and recognition
While Lue's story forms a fascinating text, it is the subtexts that interest McCunn more.
And though people said the foreign ghosts who lived in Gold Mountain were different from the human-pig traders, we knew they could also be cruel." As does Fanny's Christian discourse: "Faith, the abuse those pagans heaped on Lue showed such want of feeling that my mind became occupied with every possible horror.
Drew on the other hand, is not sure if Lue's absence is affecting the team but he too, is unaware of what the 40-year-old's condition is.