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  • 61 Scurvier — Scurvy Scur vy, a. [Compar. {Scurvier}; superl. {Scurviest}.] [From {Scurf}; cf. {Scurvy}, n.] 1. Covered or affected with scurf or scabs; scabby; scurfy; specifically, diseased with the scurvy. Whatsoever man . . . be scurvy or scabbed. Lev. xxi …

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  • 62 Scurviest — Scurvy Scur vy, a. [Compar. {Scurvier}; superl. {Scurviest}.] [From {Scurf}; cf. {Scurvy}, n.] 1. Covered or affected with scurf or scabs; scabby; scurfy; specifically, diseased with the scurvy. Whatsoever man . . . be scurvy or scabbed. Lev. xxi …

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  • 63 scorbutigenic — Scurvy producing. * * * scor·bu·ti·gen·ic skȯr .byüt ə jen ik adj causing scurvy <a scorbutigenic diet> * * * scor·bu·ti·gen·ic (skor bu″tĭ jenґik) causing scurvy …

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  • 64 scurvygrass — scurvy grass n. 1. Any of various plants of the genus Cochlearia, especially C. officinalis, of northern Europe, having pungent foliage and formerly used to cure scurvy. 2. See sea kale. * * * …

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  • 65 ЦИНГА — (scurvy) заболевание, вызванное недостаточным поступлением витамина С (аскорбиновой кислоты) в организм. Причиной развития цинги является отсутствие в рационе свежих овощей и фруктов. Первым признаком начинающейся цинги является припухлость и… …

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  • 66 scrooby-grass —  scurvy grass. N …

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  • 67 Vitamin C — This article is about ascorbic acid as a nutrient; for its chemical properties, see the article ascorbic acid; for other uses, see the disambiguation page. Vitamin C …

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  • 68 Cochlearia — The unrelated Scurvy grass Sorrel (Oxalis enneaphylla) is sometimes simply called scurvygrass . For the Roman era spoons see Cochlearia (spoon) Scurvy grass Cochlearia offcinalis subsp. pyrenaica Scientific classification …

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  • 69 Edward L. Atkinson — Edward Leicester Atkinson DSO AM RN (1881 1929) was a Royal naval surgeon and Antarctic explorer who was a member of the scientific staff of Captain Scott s Terra Nova Expedition, 1910 13. He was in command at the expedition s base for much of… …

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  • 70 James Lind (physician) — James Lind (1716 in Edinburgh – 1794 in Gosport) was the pioneer of naval hygiene in the Royal Navy. By conducting the first ever clinical trial, [cite book |last=Simon |first=Harvey B. |title=The Harvard Medical School guide to men s health… …

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  • 71 Vitamin — This article is about the set of organic compounds. For the nutritional supplement preparation, see multivitamin. For the manga, see Vitamin (manga) …

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  • 72 Lind, James — born 1716, Edinburgh, Scot. died July 13, 1794, Gosport, Hampshire, Eng. Scottish naval surgeon and physician. Having observed thousands of scurvy, typhus, and dysentery cases and the shipboard conditions that caused them, he published A Treatise …

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  • 73 Nutrition — The Nutrition Facts table indicates the amounts of nutrients which experts recommend to limit or consume in adequate amounts. Nutrition (also called nourishment or aliment) is the provision, to cells and organisms, of the materials necessary (in… …

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  • 74 Shaken baby syndrome — Classification and external resources ICD 9 995.55 MedlinePlus 000004 …

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  • 75 Johann Bachstrom — Jan Fryderyk or Johann Friedrich Bachstrom, (24 December, 1688, near Rawicz June 1742, Niesviez) was a Silesian born writer, scientist and Lutheran theologian who spent the last decade of his life in Leiden. His surname is sometimes spelt… …

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  • 76 Maritime history of California — History of California This article is part of a series Timeline …

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  • 77 Discovery Expedition — The expedition ship Discovery in the Antarctic, alongside the Great Ice Barrier The British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, generally known as the Discovery Expedition, was the first official British exploration of the Antarctic regions… …

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  • 78 Human nutrition — For aspects of nutrition science not specific to humans, see Nutrition. Human nutrition is the provision to humans to obtain the materials necessary to support life. In general, humans can survive for two to eight weeks without food, depending on …

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  • 79 Guinea pig — For the domestic pig breed, see Guinea Hog. For other uses, see Guinea pig (disambiguation). Guinea pig …

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  • 80 Svenskehuset Tragedy — } The location of Svenskehuset on Spitsbergen. The Svenskehuset Tragedy was an event in the winter of 1872 ndash;73 where seventeen men died in an isolated house on Spitsbergen, Svalbard. The cause of death was long believed to be scurvy,cite… …

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