travel sickness


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travel sickness

See MOTION SICKNESS.
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Travel sickness is caused by a disturbance in the human senses and excess movement.
Developer Caged Element has done a great job in harnessing the spirit of these two great games, the familiar frustrations and slight waves of travel sickness setting in after my third frenzied journey around the track.
The post Plant of the Week: Plant widely used for its fragrance will also fight travel sickness appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
That's probably because I used to suffer dreadfully from travel sickness.
He said: "He went down with travel sickness when he was coming back from his summer break and within 24 hours that had developed into pneumonia and then pleurisy.
Recent market research by the company has revealed that up to one in six dogs that travel suffer from travel sickness.
An aircraft operated by charter airline Excel was diverted to southern Italy on 18 August after the discovery of a bomb threat scrawled on a travel sickness bag.
SHREWSBURY found a cure for their travel sickness as three second half goals clinched a convincing victory at the Kassam Stadium.
You're meant to, because you've got the travel sickness first isolated by H.
It also avoids the inevitable "travel sickness" which plagues all school trips.
ALASDAIRRASER STEVEN HARRISON reckons he can handle anything in the Highland League after overcoming severe travel sickness to play for the north's farthest travelled team.

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