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“The word febris was printed with the diphthong œ, so Stephens excused himself by saying in the errata that "le chalcographe a fait une fièvre longue (foebrem) quoique une fièvre courte (febrem) soit moins dangereux.”
“XXXII. and termed irritative fever, it frequently happens that pain is excited by the violence of the fibrous contractions; and other new motions are then superadded, in consequence of sensation, which we shall term febris sensitiva, or sensitive fever.”
“If it be attended with strong pulse, it is termed febris sensitiva irritata, or pyrexia, or inflammation; if with a weak pulse, it is termed febris sensitiva inirritata, or typhus gravior, or malignant fever.”
“The Romans celebrated the sacred febris or sexual frenzy of the Goddess Juno in mid February, the time when the birds in Italy mate.”
“Pork, of all meats, is most nutritive in his own nature,  but altogether unfit for such as live at ease, are any ways unsound of body or mind: too moist, full of humours, and therefore noxia delicatis, saith Savanarola, ex earum usu ut dubitetur an febris quartana generetur: naught for queasy stomachs, insomuch that frequent use of it may breed a quartan ague.”
“Periódicamente arrasto-me para fora da cama em busca de chá quente e medicamentos anti-gripais e anti-febris.”
“Rediit febris hectica: rediit asthma cum anxietate, tusse et dolore lateris lancinanti.”
“Regarde la lettre B, il verra, Vespere febris exacerbatur.”
“Hac vero translatione febris minuitur: interdiu remittitur.”
“Then the reign of a minor; then an offer of a usurpation (though it was but as febris ephemera).”
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