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susceptible to or marked by preoccupation with unwholesome matters

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suggesting an unhealthy mental state

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suggesting the horror of death and decay

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caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology

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They give me guitars for my band Warfather and basses for Morbid.
open sot[euro]9k Average cost of surgery to treat patient with morbid obesity
The committee confirmed its advice that morbid obesity should be considered a risk factor for seasonal influenza vaccination.
Pilot Study: In pilot study , the first consecutive 100 families comprising of 480 subjects were studied, Prevalence of persons having ocular morbid conditions was found to be 30.
However, OCD can inflict a profound effect on the lives and daily activities of individuals having OCD with co morbid psychiatric disorders (Rasmussen and Eisen, 1992).
Morbid adherence of the placenta is the abnormal adherence in whole or in part of the placenta to the underlying uterine wall, due to the complete or partial absence of the decidua basalis, in particular of its deep or spongy layer5, so that the physiological line of cleavage through the decidual spongy layer is lacking.
Datz brings to life the morbid fascination Ivy has with both the curse and the practice of taxidermy as a way to keep alive the unconditional and disconcerting love she has for her mother.
Chronicling explorers, missionaries, and archaeologists ranging from Viking settlers and Renaissance conquerors to modern-day scientists, The Frozen Ship also reflects upon morbid global cultural fascination with expeditions that went horribly wrong, and the powerfully romanticized appeal of the frozen polar landscapes and the drive to plant flags in ice.
The new journal carries research, clinical protocols and information a range of safety, surgical procedures and other interventions in the treatment for morbid obesity.
Currently, 23 million Japanese are considered obese, of whom about 200,000 - 400,000 suffer from morbid obesity.
The exhibition's combination of didacticism with morbid titillation also harks back to old horror movies and freak shows.
Dark and moving, sometimes morbid, yet also haunting in its search to understand the human mind, consciousness, emotion and expression, Lives of the Sleepers is profound and memorable.
Nothing in it indicates an obvious stance toward the group's morbid desire, or the association of commodity culture and religious cult implicit in their choice of footwear.
Crafted by artistic director Gideon Obarzanek along with choreographer Lucy Guerin and director Michael Kantor, Tense Dave is leavened with a dose of morbid comedy.
findings, that "recurrent screening" for depression "may be most productive in patients with past history of depression, unexplained somatic symptoms, and morbid psychological conditions, such as panic disorder or generalized anxiety, substance abuse, or chronic pain.