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a pattern of symptoms associated with an illness; or any recognizable pattern — especially when undesirable
  • He noticed in some of his patients a curious syndrome of symptoms that cropped out in the third and fourth weeks, but he was not able to do much more than swathe cuts and burns.
    Four — Panic Grass and Feverfew (21% in)
  • Though her energy still paid its dues, from time to time, to the A-bomb syndrome, the searing experiences of that day in 1945 seemed gradually to be receding from the front of her mind.
    Five — The Aftermath (9% in)
  • After graduating from high school, Myeko, the most susceptible of the three children to the A-bomb syndrome, eventually became an expert typist and took up instructing at typing schools.
    Five — The Aftermath (12% in)

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