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- n. Plural form of narcosis.
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Exposure can cause the following health effects: eye and skin irritation, narcoses, and/or chemical pneumonitis.
Coroner concludes local wedding photographer dies of methane narcoses, or "Flatulence or the Peeper" as it is know in most photographic circles, asphyxiation from overexposure caused by the out-gasing of pure methane from his newly purchased Nikkor lens.