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English view for etymological analyze (C)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 24/09/18) Arena: Blood, Sweat, and Cheers The Arena, More than a Place The ancient Romans went to the amphitheaters for their “entertainment” where they could see the gladiators fighting to their deaths with swords and other weapons, … Continue reading

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English view for etymological analyze (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 28/07/17) Anesthesia/Anaesthesia Word History The Mandragora Plant—Myths and other Information Conquering Pain with Anesthetics/Anaesthetics Anesthesia comes to us from Greek meaning a “lack of sensation” or “to be without a sensation or feeling”. The original Greek is “anaisthesia,” … Continue reading

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