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The Global Fund and PEPFAR have mobilized resources that have helped to reduce morbidity and mortality in low- and middle-income regions.

Overall, Manaus’ experience reveals “that an unmitigated outbreak will lead to very significant morbidity and mortality,” says Bill Hanage, an epidemiologist at Harvard University, “which is basically what we’ve been saying since February.”

Does he perhaps do so because they cannot in any way be made to square with his theory of morbidity?

A Problem in Modern EthicsJohn Addington Symonds

It is worth while to mention that one name especially because the modern world in its morbidity has done it a strange injustice.

All the morbidity was gone, she was not thinking follies now, and neither of them was more than a good friend.

ClaireLeslie Burton Blades

President Tyler is a man of very unsuspicious nature, and there is no morbidity of feeling in him.

Morbidity and immorality are as natural as health and purity.

The Crack of DoomRobert Cromie

Sometimes this atavism is not shown to any greater extent than a slight modification of the abnormality or morbidity.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

Routine and literalism and a certain dry-throated earnestness and mental thirst, these are the very atmosphere of morbidity.

A Miscellany of MenG. K. Chesterton

He needs to dance as we need to laugh to save ourselves from fixed stages of morbidity and disintegration.

Adventures in the ArtsMarsden Hartley
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