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Definition of Miasmata

Miasmata
Miasma Mi*as"ma, n.; pl. Miasmata. [NL., fr. Gr. ? defilement, fr. ? to pollute.] Infectious particles or germs floating in the air; air made noxious by the presence of such particles or germs; noxious effluvia; malaria.

Meaning of Miasmata from wikipedia

- Miasmata is a survival indie video game developed by brothers Joe and Bob Johnson under the studio name IonFX. It was released on November 28, 2012 on...
- poisonous vapor or mist filled with particles from decomposed matter (miasmata) that caused illnesses. The miasmatic position was that diseases were the...
- Miasmata is an album by Vas Deferens Organization and Christopher Moock, released in 1996 through Womb Tunes. All music is composed by Matt Castille and...
- the source of cholera, rather than particles in the air (referred to as "miasmata"). This discovery came to influence public health and the construction...
- Blame Anthony 2011 The Crimson Room John Short 2013 The Humble Beginnings of the Balloon Todd Digby Short 2013 Miasmata Max Short 2018 The Wind Isaac...
- poisonous vapor or mist filled with particles from decomposed matter (miasmata) that was identifiable by its foul smell. The theory posited that diseases...
- the source of cholera, rather than particles in the air (referred to as "miasmata"). Snow identified the source of an 1854 cholera outbreak as the public...
- the source of cholera, rather than particles in the air (referred to as "miasmata"). His study proved contaminated water was the main agent spreading cholera...
- Infestation: Survivor Stories Hammerpoint Interactive Microsoft Windows Miasmata IonFX Microsoft Windows 2013 DayZ (mod) Dean Hall Microsoft Windows Cataclysm:...
- waist. It was believed that they provided protection against parasites and miasmata. These "sachets" contained sweet powders, aromatic calamus, benzoin, storax...
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