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Dry drowning

Dry drowning

drowning in an individual whose laryngeal reflexes are brisk, resulting in spasm that prevents inhalation of water; may be associated with the highest recovery rate.

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... of, she knew about the biofilms of bacteriorhodopsin and she knew about dry eyes and dry mucous membreanes, sore tongues, the film covering the skin, ... they did. you can hear the gurgling in my friends throat, like she is drowning, her hair is being pulled into her skin and can't be control anymore ...

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Thu Dec 07, 2006 8:58 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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