choree


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choree

(ˈkɔːriː)
n
a trochee
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HYDERABAD -- The dead body of a 7 year old child bearing marks of injuries was found in Choree Para area in the jurisdiction of Sakhi Pir police station here Sunday night.
Nous decouvrons avec le Dr House de nouvelles maladies qui existent reellement: syndrome de Cushing, thrombose du cerveau, lymphome, choree de Huntington, etc.
Dans les reins ce complexe provoque la glomerulonephrite et dans le cerveau il provoque la choree qui est un genre de mouvement involontaire dans les membres superieures.
Whereas therefore in Cicero and Quintilian the terminal dichoree (inter arma) was preceded by a spondee (leges), in Jerome the final dichoree (arma leges) now follows another choree (inter): the resultant clausula was considered less good than the Ciceronian and Quintilianic one (17).
88, 1:86: "Prohibeant sacerdotes ne fiant choree maxime in tribus locis, in ecclesiis, in cimiteriis et processionibus.
Hospitals and staff were described variously as sub choree da kaam ay (in a business of theft), sub daqa shahi ain (all are the kings of thieves), dhokay baz (those who deceive others) and destroy lives like phansee ka phanda (a noose for hanging people).
Un grand nombre d'affections nerveuses, la folie demoniaque, le suicide, la choree, les convulsions, semblent pourtant se propager contagieusement.
La choree de Huntington peut se manifester par des troubles psychiques dementiels entre 30 et 50 ans.
Les exemples de maladies dominantes autosomiques sont nombreux, et comprennent la choree d'Huntington et la dystrophie myotanique.
Pour les maladies a apparition tardive comme la choree de Huntington, on peut penser que le taux de suicide ou la demande de suicide assiste ira en grandissant.
Next he attempts to define 'percussio': it is with 'recta [or decens] percussio' because it is measured with beats; this excites the minds of human beings to move in a graceful and artistic manner which is called dancing, and this movement is measured in [instrumental] ductie and choree (choree here clearly means dances in general).
Dans les reins, ce complexe provoque la glomerulonephrite et dans le cerveau il provoque la choree qui est un genre de mouvement involontaire dans les membres superieurs.