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salubrious

 [sah-loo´bre-us]
conducive to health; wholesome.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs),
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]
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sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs)
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Such has convinced many since Finniss of the salubrity of the Top End's climate.
The antidotes with which philosophy has medicated the cup of life, to paraphrase Seneca, cannot give it salubrity or sweetness; they can at best allay its bitterness and temper its malignity.
Warnings are raised, but government regulators supinely accept industry's claims about the product's salubrity. In time, evidence of the product's harmfulness mounts, buttressed by independent studies.
This seal guarantees the product's salubrity, traceability, and quality.
Rotenberg, Robert, 1993, On the Salubrity of Sites , dans Robert Rotengerg et Gary McDonogh (dir.), The Cultural Meaning of Urban Space, Westport, Bergin & Garvey : 17-29.
immigrant Latinos and many other Latinos experiencing conditions of violence and abuse, the traumatic impact, psychosocial and otherwise, of violent realities can compromise salubrity to a particular extent at which a delinquent identity can effectively be almost a fait accompli, regardless of a frame of reference, dual or otherwise.
arguments about (military) strategy and salubrity marched together." [107] The irony that the construction enticed ever more potentially rebellious building workers to the capital was not lost on city officials, though the obliteration of the narrow, winding streets that made the old Paris the theater of unre st outweighed the demographic threat.
This way, once again, `travellers throughout these vast plains [may] all concur in their admiration of the luxuriance of the soil, the salubrity of the climate, and the loveliness of the entire landscape ...'.
The embargo was lifted three months later when Iran pledged to implement measures to improve the salubrity of exports to the EU.
For ordinary people, however, salubrity was out of reach except in frontier societies where there were new lands to settle.