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rattles

vernacular for purulent bronchopneumonia in foals with pneumonia caused by Rhodococcus equi; name derived from the moist, loud crackles heard on auscultation of the lungs.
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Non-native people may perceive dewclaw rattles merely as art objects.
Made from clay made in Austin, TX, the rattles are wrapped with artificial sinew adorned with sparkling Japanese glass seed beads.
Squeaks and rattles are often located in the interior trim of a vehicle, such as the dashboard, but the exact source can be hard to pinpoint.
When you hear one of the rattles activate out on the dark water, it takes a moment to realize that it's an alarm, signifying a striking, head-shaking blue.
Along with rattles, drums were a major part of trance-related music.
The cords used on the rattles also posed a strangulation risk to children.
Drivers often experience mystery rattles and it can be teeth-grindingly irritating to be forced to listen to a non-stop jarring noise.
There is a good explanation for the colors on the rattle.
The group's latest CD, Rattle & Drum, features 11 original songs written by Asani members, past and present.
And I'm not suggesting lightweight synthetic horns or a rattle bag, because they simply can't produce enough volume.
The Indians agree he's hard to rattle and didn't notice any sign of nerves even against Los Alamitos.
Donnie Briley rattles as the author watches for a buck in west Texas.