The variant of malaria prevalent in Northern malarial zones like the po Valley was enfeebling, but not lethal.
Asked if he knew the names of the newborn quadruplets, Merritt recalled two: gi—a karate outfit—and po—a chamber pot.
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large river in northern Italy, from Latin Padus, a name of Celtic origin.
The symbol for the element polonium.
The symbol for polonium.
A very rare, naturally radioactive, silvery-gray or black metalloid element. It is produced in extremely small amounts by the radioactive decay of radium or the bombardment of bismuth or lead with neutrons. Atomic number 84; melting point 254°C; boiling point 962°C; specific gravity 9.32; valence 2, 4. See Periodic Table.