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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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For the rest of the long afternoon, perhaps, my meditations are interrupted only by the faint rattle of a carriage or team along the distant highway.
This is as instantly dissipated by the wind, and before the rattle of the rifles reaches us, he is down.
It's only a rattle,' Alice said, after a careful examination of the little white thing.
In place of enlivening his patron with a constant fire of wit or the cheerful rattle of his quarter-staff on the heads of his relations and acquaintance, here was that beaming Punch utterly devoid of spine, all slack and drooping in a dark box, with his legs doubled up round his neck, and not one of his social qualities remaining.
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Name of Product: Vera Bradley Bear Ring Rattles and Bunny Stuffed Toys
In high-pressured areas, bass become attuned to the rattles of the typical lures thrown by the masses.
BABY will adore these brightly coloured, soft wrist rattles featuring the Tesco Baby Jungle Friends.
1) Flutes, drums and rattles held ritual importance in a belief system that strove to make contact with the world of the spirits and the ancestors.
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Poundworld Retail Ltd was prosecuted at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court for selling pushchair rattles that potentially posed a danger to children.
RattleBuster is a way of pinpointing infuriating car interior rattles, vibrations and buzzes.