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- n. Lyme disease.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of lime.
- n. See lime.
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Mr. Rodricks - if chronic lyme does not exist or is not the same as "late" lyme, then why is it that people with Lyme are never allowed to give blood again?
Arthritis can be caused by tick bites, such as in Lyme's disease.
I go hunting up north in Minnesota (Lake Winnibegosh) my older brother got Lyme from the ticks up there.
On page 39 Elizabeth says, After little more than a year in Lyme Id come to appreciate the freedom a spinster with no male relatives about could have there.
The Parade or "Walk," as it used to be called, runs along the foot of a green hill which "skirts the pleasant little bay" of Lyme from the town to the harbour.
Everywhere in Lyme and its neighbourhood there are tokens of the troublous times through which it has passed, from the conquest of the "Invincible Armada" to the home tragedy of
Lyme is towards forty miles from Dawlish, and would not be talked of there.
It was popular in Lyme Regis on England’s south coast and used as a fund-raising event for the local lifeboat.
Sequential task performance is compromised in Lyme.
"For a country that is rapidly going bankrupt … we need people like (Sununu) to question the status quo," says Dick Ramsden, 71, who owns a refurbished late-18th-century barn in Lyme.
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