quartana

quartana

adjective Occurring every fourth day; quartan.
 
noun Quartan malaria, see there.
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Yates 2nd Quarter High Honors: Wyatt Arnold, Hannah Carlton, Izzy Clarida, Isabelle Gibbs, Cameron Miller, Isabel Quartana, McKayla Williams
Insomnia is common, with approximately 10% of the population experiencing variations of insomnia and poor sleep quality on a regular basis (Finan, Quartana, & Smith, 2015).
E duro dieci anni continui, che non passava una settimana che non la battesse, anco quando era grande com'e adesso; e quello che parera incredibile e pur e verissimo, alle volte in strada publica l'ha battuta, oltre havendo la febre quartana, e di piu stando in articolo di morte [.
En effet, la DC est souvent associee a des difficultes psychologiques comme l'anxiete, la depression (O'Reilly, 2011), la colere (Trost, Vangronsveld, Linton, Quartana et Sullivan, 2012).
Mary School fourth grade students, in conjunction with the Victor Quartana Post 397, Rotary Club of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury Garden Club, the Shrewsbury Firefighter's Association, Katherine A.
En los ultimos anos varias revisiones han debatido sobre la naturaleza de este constructo (Martorella, Cote y Choiniere, 2008; Quartana et al.
Por otra parte, en variables de tipo emocional como la ira, se ha encontrado que su inhibicion se relaciona con reportes de mayor intensidad del dolor tanto cronico como agudo (Burns, Quartana & Bruehl, 2008); dicha relacion fue corroborada por Muris et al.
ovale cause less severe clinical courses of disease with the manifestations of malaria quartana (P.
This technique was developed as a means of assessing program effectiveness in a systematic, post-hoe manner (Mattson, Quartana, & Swanson, 1998).
Gotte, gomme, dolor, doglie franciose, Mal di fianco e di stomaco, e la peste, E la quartana fur le prime cose.