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WHIM

Abbreviation for:
warts, hypogammaglobulinemia, infections, myelokathexis (WHIM syndrome)
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WHIM syndrome is a primary genetic immunodeficiency disease caused by mutations in the CXCR4 receptor gene resulting susceptibility to certain infections.
Whim also offers a 16-piece dinnerware set, which is available online only.
Pero en el caso de la cromotripsis de la mujer con sindrome WHIM, sucedio un hecho singular.
A child who is determined to read books beyond his level of intellectual or aesthetic development isn't in any danger, and indeed may be better situated to one day discover his Whim and to know what to do with it.
With improved mining rates anticipated, the Whim Creek processing facility is being scaled for an annual processing rate of 1.
To look for the WHIM, the researchers examined X-ray observations of a rapidly growing supermassive black hole known as an active galactic nucleus, or AGN.
That whim comes courtesy of greedy Chief Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi of the Questura, who wants to claim the reward for Lecter - with disastrous results.
It underwent vigorous editing before its second edition during the last full year of Crosby's life, which was the year after The Whim ceased to exist.
PETER Andre has insisted he did not leave his wife Katie Price on a whim and said he remains "100% faithful" to her.
2 : whim <We had a sudden notion to go swimming.
I don't understand why, in our democracy, which we are supposed to cherish, why such a move at a whim of one man, is allowed in our constitution?
Then, on a whim, Deputy Melissa Sullivan checked the large freezer next to the living room and found the frigid Chihuahua, barely alive.