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  • noun Plural form of goiter.


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  • The growths are called goiters, I am told, caused by the water.

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  • I have seen two "goiters" on people, which come from a lack of iodized salt.

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  • In the last 80 years, Ba Thay's remedies have cured thousands of patients, most of them poor people suffering from chronic diseases such as goiters, sinusitis, hemorrhoids, stomachaches, infertility, and women's diseases.


  • When I first started, I listened to the sad stories—the goiters, the broken hips, the car accidents and the dislocations—and stamped their documents for approval.


  • Individuals with multinodular goiters may develop hyperthyroidism and patients with Graves' disease, an autoimmune process that leads to hyperthyroidism, may experience a worsening of their condition.

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  • I bet they start developing hunchbacks, goiters and boils.

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  • We will pay you to put wires in your brainandmasturbate to imagesofIndonesian teenagers with goiters!

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  • They had black, apple-sized goiters on their body.

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  • The results ranged from the high-stylish — Michael Costello, who once again shocked his dismissive competitors when his complex, black-lace, cut-up-to-here number was chosen as the winner — to the shocking: Poor, sweet Peach was sent packing after judge Michael Kors slammed her "Holly Hobby" church-supper dress, complete with "avocado dinner napkin ... goiters."

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  • Also useful for staring at goiters and bar and cantina degenerates who consider one second of eye contact to be grounds for fisticuffs.

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