At every jolt he again felt unendurable pain; his feverishness
increased and he grew delirious.
"Kindly attend to that little matter, Professor, as soon as you have corrected the feverishness
. And, by the way, Professor!"(The Professor left his distinguished pupil standing at the door, and meekly returned.) "There is a rumour afloat, that the people wish to elect an--in point of fact, an --you understand that I mean an--"
To any one not acquainted with him he seemed to be in his normal condition; but to his friends -- to Athos and Aramis -- was apparent a certain feverishness
in his gayety.
His mental agitation too was clarified as if all the feverishness
had gone out of him in a fit of outward violence.
The third and last example of this African feverishness
towards foreign domination: agriculture.
Index patients were eligible for enrollment if a) they had influenza-like illness, defined as fever or feverishness
with cough, sore throat, or runny nose; 2) their symptom onset, defined as the earliest day with influenza-like illness, was within the previous 48 hours; 3) they were positive for influenza by rapid antigen test or reverse transcription PCR (RT-PCR); 4) no household members had had symptoms of influenza-like illness in the previous 2 weeks; and 5) they lived with [greater than or equal to] 1 additional person.
- for patients five years of age and older, a combination of at least one of the following four systemic symptoms: fever or feverishness
, headache, myalgia and malaise, and at least one of the following three respiratory symptoms: cough, sore throat, shortness of breath;
But as the crowd around us reached new pitches of feverishness
, it wasn't the moment to debate the ethics of retaliation.
In the end the feverishness
breaks in favor of formal restoration, an appetite for coherence over rapture, like the geometry of an invisible order.
Montes praises Whitman in avant-garde terms for his portrayal of "multitudes intoxicated with tentacular vitality, new democratic directives, contending and striding war, the skyscraper thirsting for altitude, greedy for stars, the locomotive, swift as an electric message...." (26) "The Italian futurists," Montes continues later on, "in the exaltation of the city-like feverishness
of the urbe...
The other accompanying factors are problem in sleep initiation, drooping of eyelids, diarrhea, feverishness
, drowsiness, speech disturbance, swelling of ankles, tearing of eyes, aura, visual disturbances, transient loss of vision, periodic headache, vertigo, etc.