A Beautiful Glittering Lie
One bullet can make a man a hero… or a casualty.

What does 'typhoid' mean?

Find out what typhoid means. Typhoid is explained by J D R Hawkins - author of A Beautiful Glittering Lie

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A bacterial disease which causes fever, diarrhea, headaches, enlargement of the spleen, and extreme pain resulting in exhaustion and collapse. In my novel, A Beautiful Glittering Lie, this medical condition is referenced in the following example:

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“Did you hear about ole Abe’s son Willie?” Mr. Foreman asked the group. “Died of typhoid about two weeks ago. He was only eleven years old.”

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Chapter 5: Chapter Five
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"... he saw a few familiar faces hovering around the wood-burning stove. “Did you hear about ole Abe’s son Willie?” Mr. Foreman asked the group. “Died of typhoid about two weeks ago. He was only eleven years old.” “That’s mighty sad news,” said Mr. Banes. “Even if I don’t ..."

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