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  • A few pleasant people from Philadelphia and Baltimore were picknicking at the inn, and the Selfridge Merrys had come down for three weeks because Kate Merry had had bronchitis.
  • The other lady—the intruder’s sister, Mrs. Carfry—had been seized with a sudden attack of bronchitis; and Mrs. Archer, who never travelled without a complete family pharmacy, was fortunately able to produce the required remedy.

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  • His ears were clear, his sinuses were clear, and I didn’t hear any evidence of bronchitis in his lungs.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Choice
  • His voice gurgled like a seal with bronchitis.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Trials of Apollo

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