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PALE

Abbreviation for postantibiotic leukocyte enhancement.
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As the name passed her lips the flush on Miss Silvester's face died away, and a deadly paleness took its place.
"I could not stand your countenance dressed up in woe and paleness. The many laughs we have had together would infallibly come across me, and Frederick and his knapsack would be obliged to run away."
Her face being, from her entrance, towards the chancel, even her shortsighted eyes soon discerned Will, but there was no outward show of her feeling except a slight paleness and a grave bow as she passed him.
The Prince gave a start, his generally quiet eye flashed, and a death-like paleness spread over his impassible features.
Lynde wanted to know what else you could expect with a Tory superintendent of education at the head of affairs, and Matthew, noting Anne's paleness and indifference and the lagging steps that bore her home from the post office every afternoon, began seriously to wonder if he hadn't better vote Grit at the next election.
His hair, of which he had a great profusion, was red, and hanging in disorder about his face and shoulders, gave to his restless looks an expression quite unearthly--enhanced by the paleness of his complexion, and the glassy lustre of his large protruding eyes.
The almost purple flush had given way to paleness, and his hand was cold.
Symptoms include fatigue, weakness, paleness and slow growth.
The most prominent beauty benefits of exercising include: -Exercising helps prevent old age problems, especially wrinkles and stretch marks, and protects from skin from paleness and inflammation.
Drug use drives youth towards negative behaviour such as anger, fear and tension, isolation from the members of society, neglect of family, work and study, while the physical effects of drug abuse, Brig Al Rashidi said, are manifested in the victims having red eyes, paleness and yellowing of the face, and dark circles under the eyes.
Vikki Pirie and her 34-year-old partner Lee Matthew were "devastated" to learn their daughter Louise had been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in February after experiencing bruising on her shins and paleness.
He said the warning signs of heat exhaustion included heavy sweating, paleness, muscle cramps, tiredness, weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea or vomiting and fainting.