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Abbreviation for postantibiotic leukocyte enhancement.


adj in Chinese medicine, a facial coloration indicative of low energy, cold energy, energetic blockages, infections, and echo patterns. See also cold energy, echo pattern.


lacking the pink color of normal viable tissue that is perfused with blood.

pale laurel
kalmiapolifolia var. microphylla.
pale willow weed
References in classic literature ?
I see you know him," exclaimed the wife; "for you have become pale in your turn.
demanded the host, pale and trembling from the discovery he had just made.
echoed the fierce Huron, mistaking in his anger, the meaning of her words; "the memory of an Indian is no longer than the arm of the pale faces; his mercy shorter than their justice
Tenders are invited for Work Of Replacement/Repairing Of Damaged Pales , Installation Of New Pales And Painting Of Complete Pale Fencing At 400 Kv S/S Gorakhpur
SIR - There will be a simple ceremony of dedication for the new Peace Pole, at Pales Quaker Meeting House, Llandegley, near Llandrindod Wells, on Saturday, May 18, from 3pm to 4pm.
The one at The Pales has the message in English, Welsh, French and Japanese.
Pales are people brought back to life with Lazarus serum.
starting phase--the intake air flux creates a pressure over turbine pales until they reach maximum angle; the turbine starts spinning;
Elements of micro station working regime: turbine start at [+ or -] 40[degrees] pale angle in order to ensure a quick start using low speed air; waves propagation direction is also the entrance one, in this way avoiding changes in energy flux direction; two systems possible to adopt for generator module over spinning protection--one is breaking the turbine over 50Hz and the other one changes the pale angle using a centrifugal device.
This fundamental and recurrent flaw in her scholarship is most evident in Arce's review of Pales Matos's poetry.
Instead the three crowning achievements of this book concern the mid-century: these are Carey's reconstruction of the painstaking endeavor of Kildare to recover much of his ancestral inheritance and influence within the English Pale and on the borders of the Gaelic midlands; his explanation of how Kildare succeeded in making himself useful to the furtherance of government policy; and his depiction of Kildare's desperate effort to find a middle way when opinions became polarized, first on constitutional and then on religious grounds, between crown officials and the previously loyal community of the Pale.
Decades of Soviet rule obscured the Jewish past in cities - like Smolensk - that lay outside the infamous Pale of Settlement established under Catherine II in 1791.