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From 1997 to 2007, despite a collapsed lung and a bout of mononucleosis, Hackett was unbeaten in the 1,500 freestyle and also set world records in the 200 and 800 freestyles.
Multiple team sources, who requested anonymity since they were not authorized to speak about the subject, have said that Collins had mononucleosis.
With senior guard Tevonn Walker sidelined with mononucleosis, Burton is a logical candidate to assume more of the scoring responsibility.
At the 2002 Salt Lake City Games, Chris Witty was written off after a poor World Cup season during which she was stricken with mononucleosis.
The 6-4, 190-pound senior missed three games because of mononucleosis.
Lara distributed a handout that listed various ailments and their oil treatments: eucalyptus for bronchitis, lavender for third-degree burns, cypress for mononucleosis, rosemary for respiratory syncytial virus.
The 32-year-old Estonian is ranked 418th after missing much of the past two years with problems in the soles of both feet and a virus known as a precursor to mononucleosis.
Nordqvist had to rely on a captain’s pick from Sorenstam after a bout with mononucleosis kept her from playing in enough European Tour events to qualify on points.
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Origin and Etymology of mononucleosis
First Known Use: 1907See Words from the same year
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Definition of mononucleosis for English Language Learners
medical : a disease that makes people very tired and weak for a long time
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