chronical

chronical

having long duration, as of a disease: a chronical condition
Not to be confused with:
chronicle – chronological record of events; recount, relate, report

chronical

(ˈkrɒnɪkəl)
adj
1. relating to or controlled by time
2. (Pathology) another word for chronic
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This book lays the foundation for the subsequent series installments that chronical work in the civil rights movement and his journey to leadership and the founding of a non-profit organization to prepare the next generation of Black males for greatness.
It is not infrequent in adolescent athletes to observe bloody discharge due to chronical stimulation of the nipple but cytology is essential in these cases to exclude the possibility of intraductal papilloma (1, 6, 10).
Empirical studies suggest that procrastination, once developed into a chronical behavioral pattern, is related to a host of other traits that indicate poor psychological wellbeing, such as low confidence and self-esteem, stress, depression, social anxiety, shame, guilt, forgetfulness, disorganization, dysfunctional impulsiveness, and lack of energy (Ferrari, O'Callaghan, & Newbegin, 2005; Grunschel, Patrzek & Fries, 2012; Rozental & Carlbring, 2014; Sirois & Pychyl, 2013).
Children with any chronical disorder, haemorrhage, coagulopathy, ocular trauma, facial trauma, optic nerve disease, unstable vital signs, or need for urgent neurosurgical intervention were excluded.
Hunt wrote in an op-ed piece in the Jewish Chronical that he is going to vote against all Item 7 in the UNHRC resolution no Palestine.
That is to say, although IVIG treatment has enhanced the life-expectancy of such a chronical disease, it has caused secondary problems for children with PIDs and their families (11).
"As a result of my father's loss of liberty and dignity, coupled with gross inhuman treatment and bodily injury and torture, he contracted chronical illness which weighed him down to his grave," Ms Ojijo said.They claimed that the security agents also took away their father's movable and immovable property, causing them economic loss.
Other material, though accessible has been little used, such as the East India Company's ship's logs from the early 17th to mid-19th centuries, which chronical the incorporation of the Gulf into the global economy," he added.
Other material, though accessible has been little used, such as the East India Company's ship's logs from the early 17 th to mid-19 th centuries, which chronical the incorporation of the Gulf into the global economy," he added.
Third: The patients indicated that most HPIs and HPOs do not provide high cost medications for chronical treatments, except for the cases that are covered by the Mandatory Health Plan (MHP) of the General System of Social Security in Health (Sistema General de Seguridad Social en Salud (SGSSS).

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