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181. Until now, when one sat here in the cloakroom, surrounded by old raincoats, shaking as though struck down by fever.
182. He had a fever and complained about a pain in his right thigh.
183. Headaches due to viral infections may be accompanied by fever.
184. At one point, he had a high fever, a severe rash and intense swelling all over his tiny body.
185. Diphtheria, whooping-cough and scarlet fever rapidly declined in advanced countries.
186. Born into society, she struggled against the hardships of the mining camps during the outbreak of Gold Fever in California.
187. The debate in Birmingham has reached something like fever pitch, now that the city council is faced with two rival development schemes.
188. Other features include fever, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, and, less commonly, skin rashes.
189. Like a lot of people excited over these prospects, I have recently contracted a terrible case of cabin fever.
190. Over the centuries citrus fruits have also been used to cure fever and protect against poisoning.
191. Like 49ers infected with gold fever, big communications companies are rushing to the Internet with dreams of striking it rich.
192. A few days later, when another monkey showed signs of high fever and a loss of appetite, they destroyed it.
193. Student B immediately slams it shut,(www.Sentencedict.com) complaining bitterly of hay fever.
194. Mary, the youngest child, and only girl, of Carlton and Harriet Babbs had a high fever in 1952.
195. At the same time, fever can make us worse in cases of widespread blood infection, or sepsis.
196. Once the rainy season began in April, malaria, yellow fever, typhoid and scurvy began to take their toll.
197. The symptoms of toxic shock syndrome include high fever, a rash, vomiting and low blood pressure.
198. Fever: Milk, arrowroot, sago, eggs, tea and sugar, with bread.
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