malaise


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Synonyms for malaise

Synonyms for malaise

physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression)

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Du cote des pharmacies, le malaise des Tunisiens se sent a travers l'augmentation des ventes de sedatifs et d'antidepresseurs.
We used the Chao1 richness estimator to estimate asymptotic bee species richness and evaluate the completeness with which Malaise traps sampled the bee richness present.
I think there is a malaise around the game just now," he said.
Material examined--Brazil: Sao Paulo: Matao, 1 [male] 19/x/1999, Malaise trap, A.
It is unclear whether the individuals are demographically scarce, but they are rarely collected by both Malaise traps and sweeping.
Murphy and Vernon said, "The uncertainty of our ongoing funding and the presence of yet another government review are part of a debilitating malaise.
A 53-year-old US serviceman was seen at our clinic on September 8, 2006; he reported a 2-day history of fever, malaise, and rash.
Other eggs lodge in the liver and other tissues, eliciting immune responses and causing the abdominal pain, fever, and malaise that mark schistosomiasis.
Now a college professor in his mid-thirties who is awkward socially and with no sense of self except as a failed cellist, he is intelligent enough to understand the source of his malaise but not strong enough to rise above it.
We measure two health outcomes: malaise score and depression and estimate the extensive and intensive margins of education on mental health using various estimators.
Radius plans to develop the compound as a new therapeutic drug for osteoporosis and malaise such as hot flashes associated with post-menopausal disorders, etc.
Hartman said the Galaxy must alter its attitude and approach to snap out of its malaise.
Klein calls the malaise memo an "intellectual tour de force" and a "total bummer.
Like the sentiment evoked by the title of Donachie's 2004 painting (Mark Frechette) I guess I just wasn't made for these times, which was part of her previous show here two years ago, her new work (also included in this year's Tate Triennial), and the characters who inhabit it, respond to a contemporary malaise, some sense of chronic dissatisfaction or psychic confusion, and the ensuing search for something, anything, somewhere else.
Now I'm feeling the chill of/the Post-Modern malaise.