Distemper

  • 1 Distemper — Distemper …

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  • 2 Distemper — may refer to: A viral infection Canine distemper, a disease of dogs Feline distemper, a disease of cats Phocine distemper, a disease of seals A bacterial infection Equine distemper, or Strangles, a bacterial infection of the horse Derangement or… …

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  • 3 Distemper — Dis*tem per, n. [See {Distemper}, v. t., and cf. {Destemprer}.] 1. An undue or unnatural temper, or disproportionate mixture of parts. Bacon. [1913 Webster] Note: This meaning and most of the following are to be referred to the Galenical doctrine …

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  • 4 Distemper — en live, 2007 Pays d’origine Russie Genre musical Ska punk A …

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  • 5 Distemper — Dis*tem per, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Distempered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Distempering}.] [OF. destemprer, destremper, to distemper, F. d[ e]tremper to soak, soften, slake (lime); pref. des (L. dis ) + OF. temprer, tremper, F. tremper, L. temperare to… …

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  • 6 Distemper — 2007 Allgemeine Informationen …

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  • 7 distemper — ► NOUN ▪ a kind of paint having a base of glue or size, used on walls. ► VERB ▪ paint with distemper. ORIGIN from Latin distemperare soak …

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  • 8 distemper — index discompose, disease, disorder (abnormal condition), disturb, pique Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 distemper — mid 14c., to disturb (v.), from O.Fr. destemprer, from M.L. distemperare vex, make ill, lit. upset the proper balance (of bodily humors), from dis un , not (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + L. temperare mingle in the proper proportion (see TEMPER (Cf.… …

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  • 10 distemper — complaint, syndrome, *disease, malady, ailment, disorder, condition, affection …

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  • 11 distemper — distemper1 [dis tem′pər] vt. [ME distemperen < OFr destemprer or ML distemperare, to disorder (esp. the “tempers,” or four humors) < L dis , apart + temperare, to mix in proportion: see TEMPER] 1. Obs. to make bad tempered; disturb; ruffle… …

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  • 12 distemper — distemper1 distemperedly, adv. distemperedness, n. /dis tem peuhr/, n. 1. Vet. Pathol. a. Also called canine distemper. an infectious disease chiefly of young dogs, caused by an unidentified virus and characterized by lethargy, fever, catarrh,… …

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  • 13 distemper — I. transitive verb Etymology: Middle English distempren, from Late Latin distemperare to temper badly, from Latin dis + temperare to temper Date: 14th century 1. to throw out of order 2. archaic derange, unsettle II. noun …

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  • 14 DISTEMPER — В конце 80 х гг. существовала группа Кризисное отделение , которая играла тяжелую, ближе к трешу музыку. Из нее то и вышли в июле 1989 г. Роман Нос Шевчук и Сергей Бай Байбаков. Они и родили на свет коллектив Distemper . Произошло это 4 сентября… …

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  • 15 distemper — I dis•tem•per [[t]dɪsˈtɛm pər[/t]] n. 1) vet a) Also called canine distemper an infectious disease chiefly of young dogs, caused by an unidentified virus and characterized by lethargy, fever, catarrh, photophobia, and vomiting. b) Also called… …

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  • 16 distemper — dis·tem·per dis tem pər n a disordered or abnormal bodily state esp. of quadruped mammals: as a) a highly contagious virus disease esp. of dogs that is marked by fever, leukopenia, and respiratory, gastrointestinal, and neurological symptoms and… …

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  • 17 distemper — 1. noun a) A viral disease of animals, such as dogs and cats, characterised by fever, coughing and catarrh. ...my spirits began to sink under the burden of a strong distemper, and nature was exhausted with the violence of the fever... b) A water… …

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  • 18 distemper — Enfermedad viral en dos formas, canina y felina. El distemper canino es agudo y sumamente contagioso, y afecta a perros, zorros, lobos, visones, mapaches y hurones. La mayoría de los casos no tratados son mortales. El mejor tratamiento para los… …

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  • 19 distemper — English has two distinct words distemper, although ultimately they come from the same source, Latin temperāre ‘mingle’ (source of English temper, temperate, and temperature). This formed the basis of two separate medieval Latin verbs, both… …

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  • 20 distemper — [[t]dɪ̱ste̱mpə(r)[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT Distemper is a dangerous and infectious disease that can be caught by animals, especially dogs. 2) N UNCOUNT Distemper is a kind of paint sometimes used for painting walls …

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