Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of ailment.

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Examples

  • A company in West Virginia which offers generous coverage for lung ailments is still going to move to the laxest state.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bipartisanship, Politico-Style

  • The question of who will take over from Kim Jong Il, believed to suffer from a host of ailments, is important to regional security because of North Korea's active nuclear and missile programs, and regular threats it makes against rival South Korea.

    N. Korea Political Delegates Begin Meeting

  • The Devils have had significant injury issues all season, and winger Zach Parise knee headlines a list of players who remain out dealing with longterm ailments that also includes three of their regular defensemen.

    Injury-riddled Devils have had it even worse than Caps

  • Start now to prevent birth defects or other unintended long-term ailments and consequences in the future.

    Christopher Gavigan: Eco-Conscious Conception

  • Among the ailments is plantar fasciitis in his heel, and he has been wearing a boot cast when he goes to bed at night the past six weeks to keep his calf and heel flexed.

    USATODAY.com - Notebook: Jack, Tiger in dead heat in the majors

  • Red Line deems as first-round quality are on the shelf with long-term ailments - Ryan Murray, Alex Galchenyuk, Morgan Rielly, Martin Frk and Eric Locke.

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  • Most of the settlement money was used to pay compensation of 1,000-2,000 dollars to victims who were left unable to work or with long-term ailments, but many received nothing.

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  • Most of the settlement money was used to pay compensation of 1,000-2,000 US dollars to victims who were left unable to work or with long-term ailments, but many received nothing at all.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Mr Yar'Adua, who has several long-term ailments, is currently being treated in Saudi Arabia for a heart problem.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Most of the settlement money was used to pay compensation of 1,000-2,000 dollars to victims who were left unable to work or with long-term ailments, but many received nothing at all.

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