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  1. ... Dally, were followed by invitations for proposals, but none of those responding were able, within the short time allotted, to respond effectively. We took the unusual ...
  2. ... incur all the responsibility, and at the same time be able to insure none of the necessary care, I confess that I am shy ... must be forbid- den. You will seldom be able to debar your patients entirely ... food, at any one time. Not only is the digestion still further weakened ...
  3. ... incur all the responsibility, and at the same time be able to ensure none of the necessary care, I confess that I am shy ... fruit must be forbidden. You will seldom be able to debar your patients ... food, at any one time. Not only is the digestion still further weakened ...
  4. ... incur all the responsibilitv, and at the same time be able to ensure none of the necessary care, I confess that I am shy ...
  5. ... incur all the responsibility, and at the same time be able to ensure none of the necessary care, I confess that I am shy ...
  6. ... been recently organised may, it is hoped, in time be able to explain. 13. In regard to none of the 67 communities affected with cholera is there sufficient ...
  7. ... the rider finds himself firm in his seat. None of us were able for a long time tc resist the first shake, and we had each to laugh ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - The American oracle : comprehending an account of recent discoveries in the arts and sciences,... 
    Publication: New-York : Printed for, and sold by Hodge and Campbell, Berry and Rogers, and T. Allen., MDCCXCI [1791]
    ... in a rreat chair. I afked what was the matter ? But none of them were able to fpeak for a confiderable time. At laft the one in the chair informed me, that as ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - An inaugural dissertation on that grade of the intestinal state of fever known by the name of ... 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Printed by Ormrod & Conrad, 41, Chesnut-Street, [1797]
    ... and fpeculations that have been advanced fince his time, none have been able to ftand the teft of reafon and experience. And for want of a ...
  10. ... and especially that he could not remember names. None of these things arrested great atten- tion at the time, as he was able to rouse himself, and then seemed well enough. ...
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