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  • n. Common misspelling of medicine.


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  • Many children die every year because their parents believe that modern medecine is the tool of the devil and refuse their children the most basic of medicine.

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  • Wake up everybody listen to Claudia: Do not take any medecine unless you know what you have.

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  • Some people can be asymptomatic and others get very ill it depends on your system not on some folk medecine.

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  • The Mayas are famous for their medecine so think how many they would have if it were not for all the teas and herbs they are taking ...

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  • I met a fascinating old lady in Chiapas who was writing about Maya medecine and had studied and written a thesis about the Danza de la Pluma.


  • He rightly claims that with too many anti-biotics in use, these bacterial germs are able to defend against them and to mutate into forms that are resistant to this medecine.

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  • The minister charged that the LRA had tricked some members of the international community into believing they wanted peace in order to access food, medecine and other supplies.

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  • Elle m'a appris aussi que j'etais le deuxieme narcoleptique en 12 ans de medecine du travail qu'elle rencontrait.

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  • I don't exactly know what medecine can do for me, but it's a start.

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  • What if I did something else completely - like medecine?

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