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  • n  inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus

  • As the Frenchman worries about his liver and the Englishman complains about his catarrh, the American is concerned with his mental health.
  • Last week His Majesty, having celebrated his Silver Jubilee last year, was taken with a bad cold (bronchial catarrh).
  • Another report said he was suffering from "bronchial catarrh after a sharp attack of influenza.

  • Rene Preval in CBS News (blog)
    I have a severe dose of catarrh which has made it difficult for me to breath. It is caused by strenuous campaign across the country; sickness is a different kettle of fish but, In sha Allah (God willing), I shall return to Nigeria on Sunday to... Yar Adua Mar 8, 2007 15662 21838 catastrophe All of the hospitals are packed with people. It is a catastrophe," Preval said.

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