However, in sheep consuming daily this plant, a caquexic muscular distrophy developed, caracterized by weakness and ataxy
in the hind limbs, dehydration and weight loss, bradycardia and increased levels of transaminases and urea.
The degree of probability used in predicting the emissions of grains determines the "ataxy
," or entropy, of the cloud.
Dublin, by Mrs Josephine Taylor, he was owned by Cyril Keen, a builder from Beckenham, Kent, who won the 1936 St Leger and Cesarewitch with Ataxy.
In 1936, Shove Halfpenny won the Wood Lane Stakes at White City, the West Ham Spring Cup and the Daily Mirror Championship, while at Wembley he ran-up to his kennelmate Ataxy in the St Leger.
(17.) On ataxy
and punishment, see also Discourse, 52-53, 83.