Definition of Celebrex
1. Noun. A Cox-2 inhibitor (trade name Celebrex) that relieves pain and inflammation without harming the digestive tract.
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Literary usage of Celebrex
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1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1874)
"The first two are taken from the " Causes Celebrex," and the third from the 23d volume of the ..."
2. The Works of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Edward Everett (1860)
"A more extraordinary case never occurred in this country, nor is it equalled in strange interest by any trial in the French Causes Celebrex or the English ..."
3. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1871)
"The first case of compulsory payment took place at Bristol, in March, 1856, and we regarded it at the time as one of our "causes Celebrex. ..."
4. The Principles of International Law by Thomas Joseph Lawrence (1910)
"... as deputy.4 On this occasion no protests were 1 Ward, History of the Law of Nations, vol. II, pp. 548-550; C. de Martens, Causes Celebrex, vol. I, pp. ..."