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Black Bile is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Black Bile books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Black Bile and Man's Best Friend: A History of the "Black Dog"
- Black Bile Press is back with its third One-Offs series, this time
- “Sex, Drugs, and VHS”: A Review of Black Bile's One-off Chapbook Series 3. Black Bile Press, 2010. 573 Gainsborough Avenue.
- 1 The many colours of black bile: the melancholies of knowing and
- The many colours of black bile: the melancholies of knowing and feeling. Mélancolie: Génie et Folie en Occident.
Suggested News Resources
- Gamescom: Of Colonists, Kings and Carriers -- The Latest from Paradox Interactive
- Players spend one of four bodily fluids -- blood, phlegm, yellow bile and black bile -- on various actions. Phlegm is used when performing actions such as gathering resources. Blood is effectively the health bar.
- Jersey Shore Recap: Ronnie and Sammi are Back On
- Clad in her finest bike shorts, Sam accompanied Ron to a roof top café, where she made her case for love, forgetting all those times when Ron vomited snakes and black bile immediately before destroying all her stuff/frail emotional integrity.
- Attack on ex-girlfriend a 'horror show'
- Black bile coursed through his veins anew and he choked her again, throwing her around and stabbing her thigh and shin. Her ring finger and pinky made cracking sounds when he snapped them.
- Shakespeare's world of medicine
- In the human body, for example, it was believed that Air took the form of Blood, Earth was represented by Black Bile, Water by Phlegm and Fire by Yellow Bile.
- Tales Told By Fools: Why The Media Can't Get Anything Right About Guns
- He blamed disease on an imbalance among four bodily humors (black bile, yellow bile, water, and phlegm), and drew his conclusions about human anatomy from dissections of monkeys and pigs, not humans.
Suggested Web Resources
- Humorism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The four humors of Hippocratic medicine were black bile (gr.
- black bile - definition of black bile by the Free Online Dictionary
- black bile. n. One of the four humors of ancient and medieval physiology, supposed to cause melancholy when present in excess.
- Greek Medicine: PATHOLOGIES OF BLACK BILE
- The Melancholic humor, or black bile, is the humor most prone to aggravation and pathology.
- Four Humors - Hippocratic Method and the Four Humors in Medicine
- Aristotle, who used the image of wine to expose the nature of black bile.
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