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Incidents of special needs are growing, and putting up a special building for each malady is not possible for most institutions.
Government statistics say about 4.4 million report having the malady in a given year.
Kidney stones are usually an adult malady, one that is notorious for causing excruciating pain — pain worse than childbirth.
This malady is, of course, stage fright.
If I'm right, then their "fundamental malady" is an inability to speak honestly.
Wade sat out with a sprained right wrist, the second time a malady kept him sidelined in the past week.
This is a very common malady these days.
But there is an opportunity to cure this malady.
He blames his attack on a sleep-related malady.
Talking about the symptoms of this malady will not help any of us.
Unfortunately, despite our best defenses, sunburn is a common summer malady for humans.
Or about what great poet had what malady and for how long.
The stentorian snoring often provokes jokes, but sleep apnoea is a serious and sometimes fatal malady.
Only animals in the far northwest of the island seem to show some resistance to the malady.
No one's quite sure how best to treat it, largely because it's an ignored malady, an ignored problem.
But history is political and the deployment of comfortable narratives is a constant malady.
In addition to the malady the couple has reported, a few things are known.
But sometimes rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, or another malady strikes one twin and not the other.
Another malady, but this one not my own, is responsible for my keen interest in the science of diagnosis by smell.
He was now barely arousable: his brain, battered by its mysterious malady, was sinking relentlessly into deeper levels of coma.
For months my grandfather had been suffering from some unknown malady.
The defect of false reasoning is a malady which is cured by these two remedies.
But it is a recurrence of the old and deep-seated malady of colonialism.
Whatever pain he suffered, he bore it in silence, and seemed only anxious not to obtrude his malady.
She frowns upon him, and desires to know what service it is that he has done, and what malady oppresses him.
Swollen feet are a common malady among air travelers that can cause significant pain and discomfort.
It is, as much as failing vision and impaired hearing, a common malady of old age.
There was a time that unnecessary hand-washing topped the malady's charts.
Luckily, the optimist in me insists this malady still infects only a tiny fraction of the human race.
Yet when word of her malady gets around, she soon learns that she is no longer in demand.

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