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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of variola

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Derived Form of variola

plural: variolas
a highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever and weakness and skin eruption with pustules that form scabs that slough off leaving scars
Synonymssmallpox, variola major,
Type ofpox,
Typesalastrim, Cuban itch, Kaffir pox, milk pox, pseudosmallpox, pseudovariola, variola minor, West Indian smallpox, white pox,
See alsovariolous,

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  1. Caused by either the Variola Minor or Variola Major viruses,
  2. includes Variola major, Variola minor and
  3. Variola minor; especially Variola
  4. Variola minor, as well as Variola
  5. Variola major, Variola minor,
  6. Smallpox caused by the Variola Minor virus
  7. of the more severe Variola Major?
  8. - Yes, if you contracted Variola Major,
  9. But ya got the variola and you'll probably die
  10. Donald Henderson over the course of more than 10,000 years the variola virus took
  11. Somalia who was infected with the Mulder strain variola minor the last case of
  12. the more deadly variola major strain was discovered several years earlier in 1975
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  14. variola, we're going to talk about next week which causes
  15. In the twentieth century, variola virus had caused 300 million human deaths at that time.
  16. Caused by the Variola Major Virus, Smallpox causes fever, vomiting, and infectious sores
  17. - The virus that causes smallpox is called variola.
  18. But our theme will concern Variola major and
  19. This is a picture of Variola major, the largest of all
  20. There's Variola minor as well, that first appeared in the