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march

 [mahrch]
the progression of electrical activity through the motor cortex.
cortical march (epileptic march) (jacksonian march) the spread of abnormal electrical activity from one area of the cerebral cortex to adjacent areas, characteristic of jacksonian epilepsy.
Gait; a walk in cadence
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The Pharaon left Calcutta the 5th February; she ought to have been here a month ago."
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790-791) On the eighth of the month geld the boar and loud- bellowing bull, but hard-working mules on the twelfth.
If my anticipations ended in misleading me, I had still three-quarters of an hour to spare before the month reached its end.
I give'm fifty down, and the rest installment plan, ten dollars a month. In twenty-five months the furniture's ourn.
She told us how the Senior Subaltern had married her when he was Home on leave eighteen months before; and she seemed to know all that we knew, and more too, of his people and his past life.
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After eight months' imprisonment he was with twenty-one others taken out to the Semyonovsky Square to be shot.
I was scheduled to graduate right into the university at the end of four months, thus saving two years.
A MIND Reader made a wager that he would be buried alive and remain so for six months, then be dug up alive.