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He and his wife, Raylene Worthington, were accused of not seeking medical care for their 15-month-old daughter, who died of bronchial pneumonia and blood infection as Followers of Christ Church members gathered around her for prayer.
In 2008, 15-month-old Ava Worthington died at her parents' home of bronchial pneumonia and a blood infection.
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First Known Use of bronchial
BRONCHIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bronchial for English Language Learners
: relating to or involving the tubes that carry air into the lungs
BRONCHIAL Defined for Kids
Definition of bronchial for Students
: of or relating to either of the two branches (bronchial tubes) of the trachea that carry air into the lungs
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