from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of setting on fire, or of inflaming.
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- noun obsolete The act of setting in a flame or blaze.
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- noun obsolete The act of setting in a
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Thus, in any biopsy collection taken that year, Robin could see both infected specimens with in flammation
In - flammation never appears in a part which mortal thought does not reach.
Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures Mary Baker Eddy 1865
We have observed generalized ceph - the ear, tinnitus, and difficulty hearing are all commonly ob - alalgia and cervical pain with TMJ inflammation, particularly served in patients with inflammatory arthropathy of the TMJ. when joint disease is bilateral and/or associated with acquired We have confirmed transitory decrease in conductive and malocclusion [1 1]. sensorineural hearing in association with ipsilateral TMJ in - We observed isointense signal relative to gray matter within flammation.
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In feveral it abounds in fuch a degree asy when applied externally, in a recent ftate, to excite vefications, and ulceration of the parts, fre - quently of a malignant and gangrenous nature: and, when taken inwardly, to prove poifonous and fatal, by inducing vomiting, in - flammation of the ftomach, with the ufual confequences of acrid poifons.
As to the refidence upon the ifiand, the principal inconvenience attending it is the vaft numbers of mufcatos, and various other fpecies of flies, together with an infect called a tick: this, though principally attached to the cattle, would yet frequently faften upon our limbs and bodies, and mile a painful in - flammation.
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Sporting Magazine 1796
Should any in - flammation or extreme fwelling attend the parts after operation, warm fomentations and mild poultices muft be made ufe of till they fubfide; after which the wound muft be treat - ed with digeftives till the exuberance is Houghed off with the dreffings, and the cica - trization, or fkinning over, is accompliflied, as in the cafe of abfcefles and wounds, which will be treated of hereafter, when we come to that clafs.
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