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  1. ... should be the real parasites, and not merely accidental associates. It is, 82 THE GERM THEORY OE DISEASE. ... the pathogenic variety may be overpowered by its accidental associates, which by themselves are perhaps harmless to the ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - A manual for the practice of surgery 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Henry C. Lea, 1879
    ... however, that the enlarged tonsils and deformity are accidental associates. Deformity of the chest may be due to ...
  3. NLM Digital Collections - A manual for the practice of surgery 
    Publication: Philadelphia : H.C. Lea's Son & Co., 1881
    ... however, that the enlarged tonsils and deformity are accidental associates. Deformity of the chest may be due to ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - Report on cholera in Europe and India 
    Publication: Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1890
    ... regarding the Koch comma- bacillus as only an accidental associate of it. When cholera reached the city of ...
  5. ... parents��� servants, in private and public schools, from accidental associates nay, by perverse instinct or physical infirmity���the ...
  6. ... fJft�� (Paraplegia, Spastic) lijS|l#*$$��i ^l��*ift (Accidental Falls) mmn WA 288 tt&&��% (Paired-Associate Learning) LB 1064 m&m (Emmenagogues) itft^M? ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - Elements of the philosophy of the human mind 
    Publication: Albany : Printed and published by E. and E. Hosford, 1822
    ... of them, that they accustom the mind to associate ideas by accidental and arbitrary connexions ; and, ��� Lectures on History, p. ...
  8. ... of them, that they accustom the mind to associate ideas by accidental and arbitrary connections; and, therefore, Iioav much soever ...
  9. ... dangerous to the mother's well-being, when any accidental disturbance of digestion or other cause of weakness happens to associate itself with suckling. Accordingly. it is clear that ...
  10. ... already intimated, the result, either of teaching by associates or companions or of accidental circumstances*. Few persons, except those who have had ...
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