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  • n. Alternative spelling of nebulizer.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mist


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  • After grabbing my bags she took me to her place to pick up Benji and have a nebuliser for the asthma.

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  • The school nurse reportedly administered the nebuliser and oxygen to Akriti.

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  • I have really bad asthma and have to use the nebuliser.

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  • When the eviction gets under way and electricity supplies are cut off, Mary has been told she will be given batteries to run Cornelius's nebuliser but she fears they won't be reliable enough to keep it going.

    The Guardian World News

  • The only sound coming from the caravan was of Cornelius breathing heavily, with the help of a nebuliser.

    The Guardian World News

  • Mrs Flynn said that switching off the electricity would be a threat to her health as the power is needed to drive the nebuliser that helps her breathe.

    BBC News - Home

  • Mrs Flynn suffers breathing problems and also uses an electric nebuliser.

    BBC News - Home

  • The case hinged on the circumstances of 72-year-old Mary Flynn who suffers breathing problems and uses an electric nebuliser.

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  • My survival regime over the past 25 years has roughly consisted of swallowing 364,000 tablets, having 10,000 nebuliser sessions, 18,200 physiotherapy sessions, 50 IV treatments, 600 visits to the chemist and 250 visits to hospital.

    The Guardian World News

  • Utilise Ozone water within a nebuliser also Colloidal Silver may be used in a nebuliser if made correctly. - Articles related to Kyoto may push factories to pollute more-UN report


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