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Synonyms for broncho

an unbroken or imperfectly broken mustang

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He said that the pulmonary Aspergillus is an allergic reaction to a fungus called Aspergillus's, which causes inflammation of the airways and air sacs of the lungs and it defined the Allergic Broncho Pulmonary Aspergillosis (ABPA).
A week previous when returning from a night patrol one of the patrol had got badly wounded by unaimed fire; and it was Broncho who carried him back safely to the trench.
At another ranch where I worked there was a really fast working broncho buster.
The authors report that OVA-sensitized pups born to BPA-treated mothers had increased numbers of eosinophils in broncho alveolar lavage fluid, increased airway responsiveness (based on whole-body barometric plethysmography following a methacholine challenge), and higher anti-OVA serum IgE concentrations than pups born to BPA-unexposed mothers.
This striking photographic portrait (left), copyrighted by Olsen in 1911, portrays a well-known Fort Berthold rodeo rider by the name of Earl Wyoming Bateman, considered to be "one of the best Indian broncho busters in North Dakota".
FALL FROM GRACE: Brave Broncho hits the deck handing Notre Cyborg the race at Perth
Besides Boudreaux's Butt Paste, Blairex brands now include Simply Saline nasal mist; Wound Wash Saline sterile saline solution; Zilactin cold sore liquid; Broncho Saline, for the dilution of concentrated asthma medications used for nebulization; Sleepinal sleep-aid capsules; Encare vaginal contraceptive inserts; AquaBan diuretic tablets; and Hem-swab hemorrhoid-relief medicated-gel swabs.
The studio cranked out silent films by Broncho Billy Anderson and a rising comedian named Charlie Chaplin.
"We couldn't understand why The Bengal hadn't published anything," said Christina Broncho, the student who was chair of the weeklong celebration of American Indian culture.
His historical fiction includes Broncho Apache (1936), Jubal Troop (1939), Angel with Spurs (1942), The Bowl of Brass (1944), The Walls of Jericho (1947), The Chain (1949), The Iron Mistress (1951), The Comancheros (1952), and The Female (1953).
Drug therapy for allergic symptoms may include antihistamines, steroids, or broncho dilators.
Isagani Nato, Nolcom spokesperson said two Philippine ships the 2LD602 and FF16, three Amphibious Armored Vehicles of the US Marines and OB-10 Broncho fixed-wing aircraft of the Philippine Air Force were used in the joint military exercises.
Two OBF Broncho planes dropped the explosives in succession on the three villages as soldiers continued their push toward Lilod.
One man in my company whom we called Broncho was the hardest case of the lot.