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pandemics

noun as in plague

noun as in rash

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The Uffizi bones could give vital clues to earlier pandemics on the peninsula.

And if that becomes the case, then pandemics, such as in the movie Contagion, should become things of ancient history.

The federal budget also mentions two projects designed to detect and stop animal-borne pandemics.

Bill Gates fighting against malaria, Jeff Skoll crusading against pandemics, Pierre Omidyar's democracy-spreading efforts.

Video shot by Peter Lauria Can Google really predict pandemics more accurately than governments?

But there are instances of what are called pandemics, or universal epidemics, of sickness.

The following instance, here published for the first time, belongs to the most recent pandemics of influenza, 1890-93.

The full and correct theory of influenza will not be reached by the great pandemics only.

Pandemics, such as this, repeat themselves; and other forms of dread disease are following the footsteps of mankind.

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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pandemics, such as: contagion, curse, epidemic, infection, infestation, and influenza.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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