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  • 1 Sudden infant death syndrome — Classification and external resources ICD 10 R95 ICD 9 798.0 …

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  • 2 Sudden death (sport) — Sudden death (or a sudden death round) is a way of providing a for a contest or game (typically a sport) which would otherwise end in a tie. It provides a victor for the contest without a specific amount of time being required, usually by making… …

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  • 3 Sudden cardiac death — Classification and external resources ICD 10 I46.1 eMedicine article/151907 …

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  • 4 Sudden acquired retinal degeneration — (SARD) is a disease in dogs causing sudden blindness. It can occur in any breed, but female dogs may be predisposed. [cite journal |author=Cullen C, Grahn B |title=Diagnostic ophthalmology. Acute prechiasmal blindness due to sudden acquired… …

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  • 5 Sudden oak death — acutie Oak Decline 240px Canker on an infected oak Scientific classification Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Chromalveolata …

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  • 6 sudden — suddenly, adv. suddenness, n. /sud n/, adj. 1. happening, coming, made, or done quickly, without warning, or unexpectedly: a sudden attack. 2. occurring without transition from the previous form, state, etc.; abrupt: a sudden turn. 3. impetuous;… …

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  • 7 sudden wealth syndrome — n. Stress and anxiety caused by the sudden accumulation of unaccustomed wealth. Example Citation: Even the winners on the [Antiques Roadshow] those who make it on air, tell and receive stories, discover sudden wealth are not delivered. On… …

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  • 8 effect — ▪ I. effect ef‧fect 1 [ɪˈfekt] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] the way in which an action, event, or person changes someone or something: • Inflation is having a disastrous effect on the economy. demonˈstration efˌfect [singular] …

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  • 9 sudden loss of wealth syndrome — n. Stress and anxiety caused by an abrupt loss of wealth. Example Citation: Joan Indursky DiFuria, co founder of the Money, Meaning and Choices Institute in San Francisco the folks who put the phrase Sudden Wealth Syndrome into the lexicon said… …

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  • 10 Dorian Gray effect — Sudden aging, an abrupt change from seeming youthfulness to the reality and ravages of age, as can occur naturally or when the effects of plastic surgery and Botox treatments wear off. Named after The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890), the novel by… …

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  • 11 Barkhausen effect — The Barkhausen effect is a name given to the noise in the magnetic output of a ferromagnet when the magnetizing force applied to it is changed. Discovered by German physicist Heinrich Barkhausen in 1919, it is caused by rapid changes of size of… …

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  • 12 Ground effect in cars — For another similarly named effect relating to aircraft, see Ground effect in aircraft. Ground effect is term applied to a series of aerodynamic effects used in car design, which has been exploited to create downforce, particularly in racing cars …

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  • 13 Ting Hai effect — Traditional Chinese 丁蟹效應 Simplified Chinese 丁蟹效应 Transcripti …

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  • 14 wealth effect — (WELTH uh.fekt; TH as in thin) n. An increase in consumer spending based on the perceived wealth created by the escalating value of stock market portfolios. Example Citation: Big portfolio gains by investors in recent years have created what… …

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  • 15 Hundredth Monkey Effect — The “Hundredth Monkey Effect” is a supposed phenomenon in which a learned behaviour spreads instantaneously from one group of monkeys to all related monkeys once a critical number is reached. By generalisation it means the instant, paranormal… …

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  • 16 Barkhausen effect — /bahrk how zeuhn, bahr kow /, Physics. the phenomenon of short, sudden changes in the magnetism of a ferromagnetic substance occurring when the intensity of the magnetizing field is continuously altered. [1955 60; named after H. Barkhausen (1881… …

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  • 17 Assiti Shards effect — In literature, an Assiti Shards event, Assiti Shards accident, a strike by an Assiti shard , or a Ring of Fire , is a plot device in which a large piece of land and everything on it is transported through time. This effect can be considered to be …

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  • 18 Eureka effect — A eureka effect (Greek: heurēka , I have found ) is any sudden unexpected discovery, or the sudden realization of the solution to a problem, resulting in a eureka moment (the moment of unexpected discovery). [ [http://www.allwords.com/word… …

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  • 19 of a sudden — adverb happening unexpectedly (Freq. 7) suddenly she felt a sharp pain in her side • Syn: ↑suddenly, ↑all of a sudden * * * adverb or on a sudden also …

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  • 20 avalanche effect — ▪ physics       in physics, a sudden increase in the flow of an electrical current (electric current) through a nonconducting or semiconducting solid when a sufficiently strong electrical force is applied. The ability of most nonmetallic solids… …

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