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  • CHAPTER V. "Hard students are commonly troubled with gowts, catarrhs, rheums, cachexia, bradypepsia, bad eyes, stone, and collick, crudities, oppilations, vertigo, winds, consumptions, and all such diseases as come by over-much sitting: they are most part lean, dry, ill-colored . and all through immoderate pains and extraordinary studies.

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  • I felt a sense of vertigo as I looked over the ledge.
  • She suffers vertigo from an inner ear infection.

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