miasma


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an unwholesome atmosphere

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unhealthy vapors rising from the ground or other sources

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I'm in that airportholiday miasma where money doesn't matter"
The theory was that miasma was the only cause of epidemic disease.
Aunque con contrastantes definiciones, lo que era claro acerca de los miasmas fue su relacion con las condiciones topograficas: la temperatura intervenia directamente en la intensidad del miasma; el calor y la humedad tenian la capacidad de incrementar la accion de los miasmas.
But no sporting heroes will have been more lauded, no achievements more celebrated, and no nation more passionately proud than at the Our Greatest Team Parade, which will sweep through London in a glorious miasma of colour, noise and excitement.
Winds would carry this toxic miasma over Afghanistan and its large U.
There's no doubting that director Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen) can orchestrate a miasma of dazzling computer-generated visuals to a pounding rock soundtrack.
The confusion is one more example of a system that appears seriously challenged by numbers that shift and churn in a constant statistical miasma.
Li together with the President of EFP Haji Muhammad Javed, visited the relief camp in village Miasma District Peshawar.
The British rapper, tastemaker and provocateur is peddling pop miasma on her third album, AoMayaAoAua
Bigelsen reminds us that inflammation, Miasma, is the underlying disease process.
As a miasma of recriminations starts to descend over whether the UK 'elf and safety brigade overreacted, business is getting back to the hard graft of selling and buying abroad.
The miasma of volcanic ash hovering over Europe showed no sign of dissipating Saturday, keeping thousands of forlorn travelers stranded across the continent for a third day and worsening economic losses.
Jackson's screenplay is caught in its own limbo, and a miasma of special effects in the otherworldly sections is distracting.
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Renewable Fuels Association President and CEO Bob Dinneen says one of the greatest threats to the global ethanol industry is the "the miasma of misinformation" circulated by opponents of the fuel, attacks that he termed "shameless, senseless, implausible, and illogical.