broncho


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Related to broncho: bronchitis, bronchopneumonia
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Noun1.Broncho - an unbroken or imperfectly broken mustangbroncho - an unbroken or imperfectly broken mustang
mustang - small hardy range horse of the western plains descended from horses brought by the Spanish
bucking bronco - a wild horse that is vicious and difficult or impossible to break in
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One instant he was astride a broncho and flying through the fairy-colored Painted Desert country; the next instant he was gazing down through shimmering heat into the whited sepulchre of Death Valley, or pulling an oar on a freezing ocean where great ice islands towered and glistened in the sun.
Skin like tissue paper, mouth like silk, but kill the toughest broncho ever foaled--look at them lungs an' nostrils.
Aasiya Andrabi is an allergic broncho asthma patient in addition to multiple ailments and her health had deteriorated further in Amphalla Jail in Jammu where she was illegally detained for several months under black law, Public Safety Act, last year.
Tenders are invited for Broncho Dilator Or Cough Expectorant Containing Atleast Terbutaline 2.
Two OBF Broncho planes dropped the explosives in succession on the three villages as soldiers continued their push toward Lilod.
Broncho shouted out: "I'll take the bloody message," and it was handed to him.
This is a unique broncho dilator that patients need to take two puffs of once daily.
She received conventional treatment with Broncho dilators, steroids.
At another ranch where I worked there was a really fast working broncho buster.
The authors report that OVA-sensitized pups born to BPA-treated mothers had increased numbers of eosinophils in broncho alveolar lavage fluid, increased airway responsiveness (based on whole-body barometric plethysmography following a methacholine challenge), and higher anti-OVA serum IgE concentrations than pups born to BPA-unexposed mothers.
This striking photographic portrait (left), copyrighted by Olsen in 1911, portrays a well-known Fort Berthold rodeo rider by the name of Earl Wyoming Bateman, considered to be "one of the best Indian broncho busters in North Dakota".