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Drawing inspiration from human illness during the long, inclement winters, Elias the dandy invents another "pure" character for La Caterva.

CATarrh is one of the most realistic and popular ones, able to enter the collective imagination for its universally shared dimension!

catarrh
/kəˈtɑː/

noun
  1. excessive discharge or build-up of mucus in the nose or throat, associated with inflammation of the mucous membrane.
  2. ORIGIN
    early 16th century: from French catarrhe, from late Latin catarrhus, from Greek katarrhous, from katarrhein ‘flow down’, from kata- ‘down’ + rhein ‘flow’.
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