dysentry


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dysentry

See dysentery.
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Mark Farmaner, of Burma Campaign UK, said water was being polluted by floating bodies, spreading cholera and dysentry.
Many of the people at the camp were suffering from diarrhoea and dysentry, he said, and there is a real risk of a cholera outbreak.
The huge windows in the restaurant are an enormous asset and even the deposit left by a seagull that clearly had dysentry couldn't spoil our wonderful views of Rothesay Bay and beyond.
Filming Romeo And Juliet in Mexico was hardly romantic for Leonardo who had dysentry and spent much of his time vomiting.
But her response so disgusted Milligan that he framed and hung it in his toilet with the inscription: "In case of dysentry, break glass.
Leonardo spent much of his time there vomiting from dysentry.
A coroner certified Marion died from acute dysentry infection.