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allergic rhinitis

[ə′lərj·ik rī′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
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"If he feels like they need to move on then he will do it, but he won't let them leave too early either as he has seen it with the likes of John Bostock and so forth."
Leeds' Bradley Johnson scored for both teams and Hull scorer John Bostock was sent off in an entertaining draw at Elland Road.
Permanent signings Jay Simpson, Nolberto Solano and Robert Koren were all deemed surplus to requirements by their former clubs and on-loan youngsters John Bostock and Daniel Ayala are being asked to learn their trade in an unforgiving environment.
JOHN Bostock, the teenager who gunned down Swansea City with a contender for goal of the season, turns his sights on the Bluebirds today.
The Swans looked in control before John Bostock's 23rd-minute stunner shocked everyone - and then blew chances to level before losing their way after Ian Ashbee's 50th-minute effort.
However, following discussions between Brooking and Spurs manager Harry Redknapp, the quartet - John Bostock, Stephen Caulker, Dean Parrett and Andros Townsend - will all make the trip to France, along with Delfouneso, who has been given Martin O'Neill's blessing.
Another loanee, 17-year-old Spurs protege John Bostock, made his second appearance on the right after a dazzling two-goal debut last week.
Dean Parrett and John Bostock were introduced as Spurs tried to force extra time.
Dean Parrett, 17, made his debut and Oscar Jansson, Adam Smith, John Bostock, Ryan Mason and Jonathan Obika could be called for the return leg at White Hart Lane.
It brings John Bostock, 16,and17-year-old Parrett into selection plans.
It got Spurs up and running in Group D of the UEFA Cup, and also gave fans their first glimpse of summer signing John Bostock.
"And even John Bostock (now at Swindon) left at an early age.