Definition of Airsickness. Meaning of Airsickness. Synonyms of Airsickness

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Definition of Airsickness

Airsickness
Airsick Air`sick`, a. Affected with a["e]rial sickness. -- Air"sick`ness, n.

Meaning of Airsickness from wikipedia

- and linear motion. Airsickness is usually a combination of spatial disorientation, nausea and vomiting. Common symptoms of airsickness include: Nausea,...
- A sickness bag (also known as a sick sack, airsick bag, airsickness bag, emesis bag, sick bag, barf bag, vomit bag, disposal bag, waste bag, Doggie bag...
- about two thirds of the p****engers, these flights produce nausea due to airsickness, giving the plane its nickname "vomit comet". The Canadian Space Agency...
- short-lived". Some collectible ephemera are advertising, trade cards, airsickness bags, bookmarks, catalogues, greeting cards, letters, pamphlets, postcards...
- dead p****engers. After boarding the plane, Burke wrote a message on an airsickness bag, but if he gave the message to Thomson to read before shooting him...
- the craft or movement while the craft is immersed in water. As with airsickness, it can be difficult to visually detect motion even if one looks outside...
- Suu Kyi unexpectedly left after 15 minutes, because of exhaustion and airsickness. In an official campaign speech broadcast on Burmese state television's...
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- was given command of the 1st Airborne Division. Urquhart was prone to airsickness, and had not commanded or been a member of an airborne formation. Although...
- movement, and so is more common in larger spacecraft. Spaceflight portal Airsickness Effect of spaceflight on the human body Human spaceflight Micro-g environment...
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