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  1. ... think their morality concerned to check them. Swift. 6. To make fit; with/or. This may dispose me, perhaps, for the reception of truth; but helps ... vine, Whose weakness married to thy stronger state, Makes me wito toy strength to ... Shakspeare. Elocu'tion, el-6-ku'shun. to. a. [elocutio, Lat.] 1. The ...
  2. ... copper coi n I had enough vintems to make me drown if upset in going on board the ship, and the ...
  3. ... fifth f "Whether this fever, which lasted for six weeks, and then left me extremely weakened, and whether the disagreeable circumstance that I, ...
  4. ... METHYSTICUM. the pain became so distressing as to make me almost frantic. At 6 p.m., the pain in big toe, right ... soundly, during the afternoon, which is unusual for me (tenth ... walk ; great drowsiuess, at 6.30; in an interesting meeting felt languid and ...
  5. NLM Digital Collections - A book about doctors 
    Publication: New York : Rudd & Carleton, 1861
    ... cried Charley, good-humoredly, " I said I would make you speak to me." Standish was six feet high, and a powerful man. For a ...
  6. ... variety of reactions to identical experiences offers an extremely interesting field for speculation. Seemingly, it is due to the mental make-up of the individual. When the individual's balance is upset by certain conditions the reactions take one of ...
  7. NLM Digital Collections - Blood program in World War II 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. : Office of the Surgeon General, Dept. of the Army : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1964
    ... As you can imagine, General Hawley was reasonably upset and he ordered me to undertake such activity as would make it impossible for people to know by observation ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - The opium habit and its cure, and what others say of his cures 
    Publication: [Atlanta?] : Atlanta Constitution Print., [1879?]
    ... Never reduce your dose so low as to make you extremely nervous or to cause depression. Keep me posted as to any reduction. Write me often ...
  9. ... or sleep. Having thus taken one grain and six-tenths of metallic Gold I am thoroughly satisfied that it can make me ill. My allopathic brethren maintain that the metal ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - Dr. C.G.G. Nittinger's Evils of vaccination 
    Publication: Philadelphia : [Printed by Henry Ashmead], 1856
    ... per- fect digestion: now I have to be extremely careful���a little too much, or not enough, upsets me; the smallest fault in my diet presses and ...
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