Pallid sentence example

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  • His frowning face was pallid and quivered.
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  • Calvin was of middle stature; his complexion was somewhat pallid and dark; his eyes, to the latest clear and lustrous, bespoke the acumen of his genius.
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  • An electrocardiogram (ECG, EKG) that records the electrical activity in the heart may be used to check for heart rhythm abnormalities, such as long QT syndrome, in children who have had a pallid breath holding spell.
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  • The child cries or gasps, forcibly exhales, stops breathing, and turns either blue (cyanotic form) or pale (pallid form).
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  • In a pallid BHS the brain sends a signal via the vagus nerve that severely slows the heart rate, leading to a temporary cessation of breathing and loss of consciousness.
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  • Up to 17 percent of children with pallid BHS will experience syncope (fainting spells) as adults, usually in response to fear, injury, or emotional stress.
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  • About 25 percent of affected children-particularly those who experience pallid BHS-have a family history of BHS or fainting.
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  • Not getting enough rest: While fatigue generally does not make the circles appear on its own, it can make them easier to see, since your skin may look pallid.
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  • If pallid breath holding spells are frequent and severe, a preventative anti-cholinergic medicine such as atropine sulfate may be prescribed, in consultation with a neurologist or cardiologist.
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  • pallid skin were exposed to the sunlight.
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  • Its most characteristic animals and birds are the white-tailed jack-rabbit, pallid vole, sage hen, sharp-tailed grouse and greentailed towhee; the large Columbia ground-squirrel (Spermophflus columbianus) is common in that part of the zone which re west of the Rocky Mountains, but east of the Rockies it is replaced by another species (Cynomys) which closely resembles a small prairie dog.
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  • inky blackness once more changed into pallid twilight.
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  • As of 2004 there is no known prevention for pallid breath holding spells since the trigger for such spells is unpredictable.
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  • Pan's own science fiction list is also rather pallid, I'm afraid.
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  • anguished, pallid face.
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  • pallid swift had been seen near the Country Park at Filey.
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  • pallid harrier: one juvenile at LSF on 24th.
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  • pallid complexion.
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  • Marriage is too pallid a concept to describe the depth of our relationship, ' he says laughing.
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  • After all this labor I have apparently looked somewhat pallid this week, so Health and Safety recommended a dose of sea breeze.
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  • The first pallid hues of daybreak where spreading across the distant tors which signaled the urgency to get off the moor.
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  • About 20 percent of affected children have the pallid form of BHS in which the child turns pale.
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  • It also is called type 2, white breath-holding, reflex anoxic seizure, or pallid infantile syncope.
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  • The pallid form of BHS typically follows a frightening or painful experience.
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  • Pallid breath holding spells are unpredictable.
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  • Seizures are much more likely with the pallid form than with the cyanotic form of BHS.
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  • The pallid form of BHS occurs frequently.
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  • Jr. "Prospective Study of Children with Cyanotic and Pallid Breath-Holding Spells."
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  • They provide the standard issue coffee shop: a sick, pallid parody of the cafe culture of the Fifties.
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  • pallid light of its own.
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  • pallor of the skin has led to these attacks being called Pallid Syncope.
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  • pallid face like an idiot's.
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