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Definition of Agued

Agued
Ague A"gue, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Agued.] To strike with an ague, or with a cold fit. --Heywood.

Meaning of Agued from wikipedia

- Ague may refer to: Fever Malaria Duck ague, a hunting term Kan Ague, a residential area of Patikul, Sulu, Philippines This disambiguation page lists articles...
- ISBN 978-0-04-552022-0. Philpotts & Ague 2009, p. 23. Philpotts & Ague 2009, pp. 70-77. Schmincke 2003, p. 132. Philpotts & Ague 2009, p. 20. Bonnichsen, B.;...
- Mediaeval Italian: mala aria—"bad air"; the disease was formerly called ague or marsh fever due to its ****ociation with swamps and marshland. The term...
- coastal marshes of England, mortality from "marsh fever" or "tertian ague" (ague: via French from medieval Latin acuta (febris), acute fever) was comparable...
- Duck ague, also buck fever or buck ague, is a hunting term for the yips, in which a marksman or hunter, before taking a shot with either a gun or bow in...
- Sir Andrew Aguech**** is a comic character in William Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night, or What You Will. One of the supporting characters, Sir Andrew is...
- Metal fume fever, also known as br**** founders' ague, br**** shakes, zinc shakes, galvie flu, metal dust fever, welding shivers, or Monday morning fever...
- Plasmodium malariae is a parasitic protozoan that causes malaria in humans. It is one of several species of Plasmodium parasites that infect other organisms...
- 2015.09.095. Philpotts & Ague 2009, pp. 55-56. Philpotts & Ague 2009, pp. 58-59. Philpotts & Ague 2009, p. 48. Philpotts & Ague, p. 72. sfn error: no target:...
- Philpotts & Ague 2009, pp. 86-89. Philpotts & Ague 1996, p. 80. sfn error: no target: CITEREFPhilpottsAgue1996 (help) Philpotts & Ague 1996, p. 89-93...
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