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nosebleed seat

A seat very high up in a stadium or theater, as for a sporting event, musical performance, play, etc., which typically costs less money but has a restricted view. "Nosebleed" refers jocularly to the effects of extremely high altitudes on the body, which can often cause nasal hemorrhaging, among other symptoms. I wish you wouldn't be so stingy when you're buying tickets. I'm sick of watching football games in the nosebleed seats! I waited too long to get tickets to the concert, so all that was left was a nosebleed seat way in the back.
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the nosebleed section

A seating area very high up in a stadium or theater, as for a sporting event, musical performance, play, etc., which typically costs less money but has a restricted view. "Nosebleed" refers jocularly to the effects of extremely high altitudes on the body, which can often cause nasal hemorrhaging, among other symptoms. I wish you wouldn't be so stingy when you're buying tickets. I'm sick of watching football games up in the nosebleed section! I waited too long to get tickets to the concert, so all that was left was a seat in the nosebleed section way in the back.
See also: nosebleed, section

the nosebleeds

A seating area very high up in a stadium or theater, as for a sporting event, musical performance, play, etc., which typically costs less money but has a restricted view. "Nosebleed" refers jocularly to the effects of extremely high altitudes on the body, which can often cause nasal hemorrhaging, among other symptoms. I wish you wouldn't be so stingy when you're buying tickets. I'm sick of watching football games up in the nosebleeds! I waited too long to get tickets to the concert, so all that was left was a seat in the nosebleeds way at the back.
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nosebleed seats

n. seats high up in an arena, theater, or opera house. We could only afford the nosebleed seats for the opera.
See also: nosebleed, seat
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After another nosebleed, the physician packed the right nasal cavity.
To reduce your risk of further nosebleeds, lubricate your nasal passages with saline spray, ointment or petroleum jelly.
Trauma like nose picking or injury as result of a fall or fight * Upper respiratory tract infections, or infections in the nose or sinuses * Temperature changes - going from the bitter cold to being warm indoors * Haematological disorders like blood clotting can promote or prolong nosebleeds * Regular consumption of drugs such as aspirin and anticoagulants * In very serious cases some cancers can cause nosebleeds * Illegal drug abuse like the use of cocaine * Hypertension (high blood pressure) WHAT COMMON HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH GETTING ONE?
The symptoms of nosebleeds are pretty self-explanatory and involve blood flowing from one or both nostrils; this can be either a heavy or light flow and can last for just a few seconds or up to 10 minutes.
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A: Nosebleeds in dogs almost always signify an underlying clinical problem and should always be dealt with by your vet.
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Easy to apply and nonirritating, BloodStop is recommended for use on cuts, nosebleeds, surgical incisions, punctures and other wounds.
His theory based on his own research was that nosebleeds in such situations in healthy infants could only be caused by inflicted trauma, the panel heard.
offers NoseBudd, a reusable product designed to help stop nosebleeds through the use of cold therapy and gentle pressure of the user's fingers.
The company said about three in five Americans experience nosebleeds in their lifetime, and that high-risk groups such as the elderly require quick intervention to stem bleeding to prevent further complications.
He said: "In casualty in Liverpool we used to do it quite often for little old ladies with severe nosebleeds, but they didn't have three quarters of a rugby league match left.