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(Latin: harena, "sand" or "arena" in English, became the general term for "shows" and now it refers more to "sports", etc.)
(Latin: harena, "sand" or "arena" in English, became the general term for "shows" and now it refers more to "sports", etc.)
(Part 1 of 4: fear and hatred of tobacco smoke or being around smokers and being exposed to smoking in general)
(a general presentation of earthquake history)
(Greek: to drive, strike, beat out; general application is "beaten metal, metal plate")
(Latin: flower; full of flowers, abounding in flowers; flora, plant life, plants of a general region or period)
(Latin: to rage, to be mad [insane with anger]; sometimes, general enthusiasm, passion)
(Greek: idea, form, appearance; class, species, model; general principle)
(a collection of significant human knowledge)
(Latin: branch, branches, or a forked structure; ramus (singular), rami (plural); a general term for a smaller structure given off by a larger one, or into which the larger structure; such as, a blood vessel or nerve, divides)
(Latin: achievement, a success, procession for a victorious general or admiral)
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atmospheric general circulation (s) (noun), atmospheric general circulations
Any atmospheric flow used to refer to the general circulation of the earth and regional movements of air around areas of high and low pressure.

On average, this circulation corresponds to large-scale wind systems arranged in several east–west belts that encircle the earth.

computable general equilibrium, CGE (s) (noun); computable general equilibriums, computable general equilibria (pl)
A top-down model of the economy that includes all of its major components and markets, and the relationships between them: Computable general equilibrium consists of economic models of microeconomic programs in multiple markets of one or more economies, solved computationally for equilibrium values or changes because of specified policies.
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consul general (s) (noun), consuls general (pl)
An officer of the highest rank who is stationed in an important foreign commercial city and who supervises the other officials from his country who are in his or her district: "The consul general was responsible for making sure that the other consuls were following the rules provided by their home country while they were conducting business in the foreign country where they were assigned."
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general anaesthesia, general anesthesia (s) (noun); general anaesthesias, general anesthesias (pl)
1. A medically induced, coma-like state for an individual which resembles deep sleep: Because the surgery was complex and would last for a long time, Dr. McMahon recommended general anesthesia for Patricia.
2. A complete loss of sensation that affects the entire body with a loss of consciousness: The general anesthesia is usually accomplished after the administration of inhalation or intravenous anesthetics and it is commonly used for surgical procedures.
General and Applied Entomology

V.A. Little, Professor Emeritus of Entomology; Texas A&M University; Harper & Row, Publishers; New York; 1972.

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general neutral, general-neutral
A reference to anything; such as, toys and other products, as well as, activities and services which can accommodate the needs of either gender, male or female.
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paresis (PUHREE sis, PER isis); dementia paralytica, parlytic dementia, general paresis
1. Muscular weakness or partial inability to move caused by disease of the nervous system.
2. Slight or partial paralysis; general paralysis.

A form of neurosyphilis (syphilis affecting the central nervous system; the brain and spinal cord). Also known as general paresis, neurolues, acute syphilitic meningitis, meningovascular syphilis, tabes dorsalis, and the great pox.

It was first recognized in Europe as a distinct epidemic in Naples in the late 1400s coincident with the invasion of Naples by the French. The dispersal of the debauched French mercenary army throughout Western Europe led to the frighteningly fast spread of the new disease.

Paresis resulting from untreated syphilis usually develops in the third to fifth decade, but it may occur at an early age in patients with congenital syphilis.

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vicar general
1. In the Roman Catholic Church, a priest acting as deputy to a bishop to help him administer his diocese.
2. An ecclesiastical official in the Church of England, usually a layperson, who assists an archbishop or bishop in administrative and judicial duties.
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general, family, primary practitioner (s); general, family, primary practitioners (pl) (nouns)
Physicians who treat patients for a wide area of diseases and diaorders; and the medical problems which they do not feel qualified to handle are sent to medical specialists.
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(generally a reference to indigenous people in general; being the first or earliest known of its kind present in a region: aboriginal forests, aboriginal rocks; of or relating to Aborigines or people of Australia)
(There are estimated to be 10,000 million insects living in each square kilometer of habitable land on earth or 26,000 million per square mile)
(this page includes a presentation of the punctuation marks or symbols that are in general use in English writing)
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attorney general
1. Senior U.S. prosecutor in each federal district court.
2. A cabinet member who heads the Justice Department.
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general anatomy
The combined gross and microscopic anatomy of the organs, tissues, and fluids of the body.
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