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  • I'm not sure, but I think Christamar means “Jesus by the sea” and Varicella is Latin, which I don't even think is a real language.

    An Open Letter to Cormac McCarthy

  • The virus responsible for these conditions is called the Varicella zoster virus (VZV).

    WN.com - Articles related to H1N1 drugs made available: DMO

  • And I can't help but to wonder if that had anything to do with her getting the vaccine since Shingles is very rare in children and the same virus "Varicella" causes both.

    Chickenpox Vaccine-- not as great as originally preached

  • "Varicella", a scheming palace minister in some alternate-reality Italian principality that combines the technology of the modern day with the ethics of Machiavelli and the methodology of the Borgias.

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  • Early playthroughs of "Varicella" involve a lot of wandering around the palace, meeting and getting to know people, spying out secrets.

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  • That's fun and interesting, and it lays the groundwork for later -- when "Varicella" has time for none of those things, and instead executes a ruthless plan.

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  • This cuts both ways, because (I also find) if the player has spent hours upon hours working out the perfect plot for "Varicella" to execute, he's less likely to balk at some of the protagonist's more reprehensible actions. online) takes the same concept of the accretive PC and plays it in new directions.

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  • This week she looks at the idea of the accretive player character in two works of interactive fiction: Adam Cadre's classic "Varicella" and Jon Ingold's recent "Make It Good".] "Accretive player character" is a term of art in interactive fiction.

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  • New vaccines: Varicella (chickenpox - 1996), rotavirus (1998-2000; 2006); hepatitis A (2000); pneumococcal vaccine (2001)

    History of Vaccine Schedule

  • Shingles is caused by the Varicella zoster virus, or VZV, the same virus that causes chicken pox, and it only strikes people who have had chicken pox in the past.

    Painful Shingles Can Strike More Than Once

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