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  • n  acute lung injury characterized by coughing and rales; inflammation of the lungs which become stiff and fibrous and cannot exchange oxygen; occurs among persons exposed to irritants such as corrosive chemical vapors or ammonia or chlorine etc.

  • Author Chamberlin doubts "whether most Americans realize the ex tent of the fall of liberal civilization in Europe, the thorough sweep of old stand ards and values.
  • He drinks and drinks and drinks some more from great pewter tank ards; when angered, he absentmindedly dashes beer into the face of a bulldog.
  • He has also acted to increase the living stand ards of the Congolese wage earner by raising wages 30% , slashing rents, and subsidizing the transport of farm products to big-city .

  • Simon Hamilton in Belfast Telegraph
    His captaincy of the team in its recent games against Turkey and Chile is I believe a unique achievement for someone from our area and worthy of praise and recognition,Mr Hamilton said. "I am pleased that Ards Borough Council has agreed to...
  • Peter Robinson in BBC News
    The DUP leader, Peter Robinson, said Mr Bell "is a well known local councillor in Ards and he will play a valuable role within the DUP team in the assembly".
  • Chris Wilder in Cotswold Journal
    I feel that we have not been getting what we deserve on our travels but we are all fully aware of what lies in store with victory on Saturday,Wilder added. "The financial rew-ards of pulling out one of the big boys in the first round could...

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