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Polio Poliosis Poliomyelitis


~ POLIO          id+ GRAY
                 med> vern shortening for
~ POLIOMYELITIS  med> VIRAL INFECTION OF THE GRAY MATTER MOSTLY OF
                      THE SPINAL CORD  from
                 POLIO     = GRAY        
                 MYELITIS    SPINAL CORD or AN INFLAMMATION OF THE
                             SPINAL MEDULLARY CORD MANIFESTED as
                             " INFANTILE PARALYSIS " also
                 THE " POLIO " VIRUS INFECTS CHILDREN or ADULTS AND
                 NON HUMAN PRIMATES
~ POLIOSIS       from gr POLIOS = GRAY
                 med> GRAY or WHITE SCALP HAIR
  sp CABELLO = SCALP HAIR
     PELO      HAIR IN GENERAL      sug> PEEL PLUCK PLUNDER
     PIEL      SKIN                      PELT
     CANA      WHITE DISCOLORED HAIR     CANITIES CAIN
     CANALLA   VILLAIN
  ply> | POLYOMYELITIS CAUSED A LOT OF POLIOSIS |


~ SENILE    see> AGE    see> SENATE
~ SENILITY  sug> ANCIENT
            lat  SENEX = OLD PERSON
~ SENIOR    AN ELDER or A PREDECESSOR
            as in    sug> ANCIENT
  eng         SIR    sp   ANCIANO = AGED PERSON
  Portuguese  SENHOR
  sp          SEN~OR
  it          SIGNOR
  eng      MONSIGNOR
  fr       MONSIEUR
  {perhaps classic sources miss a point}
  note ANCIENT or in
  sp   ANCIANO      = for AGED PERSON
  note   CINCERARIUM  REPOSITORY FOR ASHES
       INCINERATE     TURN INTO ASHES
          CINDER      ASH COLOR
  ply> | HIGH AGE CIPHERS INCINERATE
         a SENILE SIR and an ANCIENT MONSIGNOR |

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