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chesty

adjective A regionally popular adjective referring to sudden and often repetitive defence cough reflex, which helps clear the trachea and bronchioles;as in, a chesty cough.
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Chesty XIV will now be trained for the role of mascot - apprentice, until his mentor, the elderly Chesty retires later this year.
Major launches have also come from Calpol, which claims its new symptom-specific products GSL CalCough, available in Chesty and Tickly variants, and CalCold will grow the kids' medicine market by 4-5% bringing an additional 6.
Patton, Chesty Puller was ill suited to the peacetime establishment.
Boots Pharmaceuticals Chesty Cough Relief 100mg/5ml Oral Solution
Cough medicines can help to ease a troublesome cough that feels dry or tickly or itchy or a chesty cough.
For chesty coughs CARE Mentholated Bronchial Balsam eases chesty coughs and sore throats.
And they come in two types, the dry and the chesty.
During the winter months we're all susceptible to colds, coughs and chesty viruses due to the drop in temperature," said Dr Carter.
Teessider Sharon Murdoch was admitted to the University Hospital of Hartlepool on Christmas Day after complaining of a chesty cough.
Demand has been fuelled by patients having difficulty getting to their GP surgeries because of the snow and by rising levels of winter flu, chesty coughs and people asking for advice following slips on icy pavements.
So, good people of The Journal Tyne Theatre, save your audiences from hypothermia, frost bite and Jack Frost, and use some of your sponsorship money on draught proofing before we all perish or, at the very least, come away with a chesty cough.