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Soliris, the company’s biggest product with almost $4 billion in 2019 sales, is a monoclonal antibody used to treat rare conditions such as paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.
Rather than studying these explosions from a distance through telescopes, Park, a physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, creates something akin to these paroxysmal blasts using the world’s highest-energy lasers.
It is daring, flippantly defiant, paroxysmal, and redundant in explosive adjectives; but it is not true to nature.
The crust of the earth is subject to certain movements, which are either sudden and paroxysmal, or protracted and tranquil.
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The subsidence would be gradual, the elevation paroxysmal, and perhaps intermittent.
These fits of paroxysmal coughing are much more severe than spells of ordinary coughing.
Itching, commonly intense, is usually a conspicuous symptom; it may be more or less paroxysmal.
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The sole and essential symptom is itchiness, usually more or less paroxysmal, and worse at night.
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Paroxysmal Laryngitis, or Laryngismus stridulus, is a nervous affection of the larynx that occurs in infants.
Frequently she waylaid him, and sunk upon the pavement in real or assumed paroxysmal fits when he approached.

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