4 edition of Miasma found in the catalog.
February 28, 2005 by Authorhouse .
Written in English
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A noxious atmosphere or influence. A noxious atmosphere or emanation once thought to originate from swamps and waste, and to cause disease.miasma (noxious atmosphere or influence) (medicine, historical) miasma (emanation from rotting organic matter causing diseases).
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Miasma book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Miasma is a colony world, isolated from the rest of humanity. The various com 4/5. Miasma book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Steven Dunbar is called upon to investigate the bizarre murders of two U /5.
Miasma (Star Trek: The Original Series) - Kindle edition by Cox, Greg. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Miasma (Star Trek: The Original Series)/5(63). Miasma definition is - a vaporous exhalation formerly believed to cause disease; also: a heavy vaporous emanation or atmosphere.
How to use miasma in a sentence. Did You Know. Miasma (Steven Dunbar, book 12) by Ken McClure - book cover, description, publication history. "Miasma" (or me-ahz-MAH' as the ancients would say it, we think) is a subject and a book that will be of most interest to scholars of ancient Greek culture, religion and language, as well as to students of comparative languages and literatures.
It is a dense but well-written text by Parker, an important and recognized by: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Miasma by Greg Cox at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at Brand: Pocket Books/Star Trek.
Miasma is a god-sent disease that is caused by a murder that has not been atoned for (with proper purification rituals). A miasma can fall upon an entire city when one man in that city is guilty of a murder and has not atoned for it.
A miasma can infect everyone. Encyclopedia of the Black Death User Review - Book Verdict. These entries, e.g., "dancing mania," "fleas," "miasma theory," and "unicorn horn powder," focus on the plague as it related to society, particularly in the areas of economics, politics, religion.
Miasma may refer to. Miasma (Greek mythology), a contagious power that has an independent life of its own Medicine.
Miasma theory, bad air causing disease; Miasm, a specious cause of chronic disease; Music. Miasma, a album by The Black Dahlia Murder, or the title track; Miasma, a EP by Hecate Enthroned; Miasma, a album by The Bevis Frond "Miasma", a song by Swedish.
A miasma contaminated the entire family of Atreus, where one violent crime led to another, providing fodder for many of the Greek heroic tales. However, attempts to cleanse a city or a society from miasma may have the opposite effect, that of reinforcing the miasma.
See also. Miasma theory; Panacea; Notes ^ Armstrong, p. 64– References. First published inMiasma is the first work in English to treat this theme in detail. Most of the commonly read Greek texts address pollution.
The pollution theme appears in tragedies, historical texts, and political oratory. Purity is a constant concern in ritual texts, and Greeks underwent many small purifications in their everyday lives.
Greg Cox is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous Star Trek novels and short has also written the official movie novelizations of War for the Planet of the Apes, Godzilla, Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Rises, Daredevil, Ghost Rider, and the first three Underworld movies, as well as books and stories based on such popular series as Alias, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, CSI Released on: Febru In Neal Stephenson’s newest book, Fall; or, Dodge in Hell: A Novel, the protagonist Richard “Dodge” Forthrast uses the phrase “The Miasma” to refer to the collection of technology that we commonly call “The Internet.” When I first came across the phrase, I said out loud, “Brilliant.” I was poking around on the Miasma this morning looking for a reference to this and found this.
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miasma: [mīaz′mə] Etymology: Gk, miainein, defilement an unwholesome, polluted atmosphere or environment, such as a marsh or swamp containing rotting organic matter. Also called miasm [mī′əzəm]. Miasma Comics. likes.
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In the Dreamstride, find and activate the chain that will release the Miasma. Take the soul gem to stop the force field. Make your. Miasma, Manchester, United Kingdom. 1, likes 16 talking about this. A miasma is a contagious power that has an independent life of its ers: 1K. Buy MIASMA (Dr Steven Dunbar) by McClure, Ken (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(17). A Brief History of Miasmic Theory 2 The Middle Ages: Corruption of the Air The concept of bad air was the primary explanation for disease in general, and the plague in particular, during the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance.
However, it appears that the term “miasma” was Cited by: 3. Introduction EditStar Trek continues its fiftieth anniversary celebration in with an all-new e-novella from New York Times bestselling author Greg Cox, set in the popular and blockbuster Original Series era. The Enterprise-A is transporting a party of diplomats when it picks up a mysterious alien signal emanating from a nearby world.
The planet’s dense, impenetrable atmosphere makes it Author(s): Greg Cox. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Star Trek - The Original Series: Miasma by Greg Cox at Barnes & Noble.
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a very unpleasant general feeling or character of a. Learn more. Miasma definition: You can describe something bad or confused that seems to be in the air all around you as | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Anyone who has sampled even a few of the most commonly read Greek texts will have encountered pollution. The pollution of bloodshed is a frequent theme of tragedy: Orestes is driven mad; Oedipus brings plague upon all Thebes.
In historical texts we find cities intervening in the internalaffairs of others to `drive out the pollution', or making war on account of it.5/5(1). The miasma theory was consistent with the observations that disease was associated with poor sanitation and foul odors, and that sanitary improvements were successful in reducing disease.
View chapter Purchase book. For everywhere she looked, everywhere she turned, was the rhythm, and as it continued to control the systole and diastole of her heart, the intake and outlet of her breath, the red miasma began to creep before her eyes again, and she was afraid that she was going to lose consciousness, and if she did that she would he completely in the power of IT.
The three chronic miasms that Hahnemann introduced in were called Psora (the itch miasm), Sycosis (the gonorrheal miasm) and Syphilis (the chancre miasm).
Hahnemann published his miasmic theory long before the presence of germs was widely accepted so most practitioners found it hard to understand such a sophisticated theory of contagion. down (, ). Finally, there is a very close connection between miasma, Erinyes, and the victim's revenge ().
There is an approach in these sections - underscored in the epilogue of the book - which is certainly controversial and which to many will appear as a weakness. Alex | ♀ | March 8th | Esp/Eng/日本語 Software: Sony Vegas Adobe Photoshop 01/ Miasma (瘴気, Shouki?) is a recurring term in the Final Fantasy series, most common in the Crystal Chronicles series.
It is usually depicted as a poisonous, gaseous substance that plagues the world and surrounds everything like air. Miasma is similar to Mist, a gaseous monster-creating substance found in Final Fantasy IX and the games taking place in Ivalice.
Appellation of organisms. My newest book, "With Clean hands and clean minds: Miasma--what it is and how to treat it" is now available. Folks can purchase it here or here. This is a collection of my writings to date on the topic of miasma and pollution. This book also contains essays by.
Miasma: A poisonous vapor or mist believed to be made up of particles from decomposing material that could cause disease and could be identified by its foul smell. The miasma theory of disease originated in the Middle Ages and persisted for centuries. During the Great Plague ofdoctors wore masks filled with sweet-smelling flowers to keep out the poisonous miasmas.
The miasma theory (also called the miasmatic theory) is an obsolete medical theory that held diseases—such as cholera, chlamydia, or the Black Death—were caused by a miasma (ancient Greek: “pollution”), a noxious form of “bad air”, also known as the night miasma theory held that the origin of epidemics was due to a miasma, emanating from rotting organic matter.
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Learn more. Out of respect for Pete Alex Harris, I will not spoil the plot for readers; however, I will say this: Miasma is a combination science fiction and mystery story. The three central characters in the book are working together to solve the mystery of the "monsters" on Miasma, and trying to 5/5(2).
Miasma definition, noxious exhalations from putrescent organic matter; poisonous effluvia or germs polluting the atmosphere. See more. Miasma is a colony world, isolated from the rest of the human galactic expansion. Lanton the packet runner, Emi the librarian, and Mokan the scientist are each dissatisfied with their lives in different ways.
Curiosity, thwarted passion, and dangerous ambition ultimately lead them to a sinister explanation for what the Miasma colony really is. Spoilers ahead for Miasma! Publisher's description: Star Trek continues its fiftieth anniversary celebration in with an all-new e-novella from New York Times bestselling author Greg Cox, set in the popular and blockbuster Original Series era!
The Enterprise-A is transporting a party of diplomats when it picks up a mysterious alien signal emanating from a nearby world.About the Book This book brings a comprehensive work on miasma, which has been one of the most misunderstood and misinterpreted topic in homoeopathy.
Dr Harsh has meticulously analyzed majority of the work done on miasma and has explained how to find the correct miasma of a patient and treat it so as to bring about a true cure possible.
His straightforward way of explaining the aspects given.