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The workers in each of them had their own peculiar diseases.
The instability, injustice, and confusion introduced into the public councils, have, in truth, been the mortal diseases under which popular governments have everywhere perished; as they continue to be the favorite and fruitful topics from which the adversaries to liberty derive their most specious declamations.
The disease, for not to be well is a disease, interest me, and the sweet, young dear, she interest me too.
For countless years I judged there had been no danger of war or solitary violence, no danger from wild beasts, no wasting disease to require strength of constitution, no need of toil.
But, gentlemen, whoever can pride himself on his diseases and even swagger over them?
The various kinds of knowledge and of virtue are habits, for knowledge, even when acquired only in a moderate degree, is, it is agreed, abiding in its character and difficult to displace, unless some great mental upheaval takes place, through disease or any such cause.
Sometimes the disease lay hidden in the cargoes of ships, among silks, and brocades, and other costly merchandise which was imported for the rich people to wear.
When facing a disease, if it were personified in a king, he treated the patient as a Turk treats a Moor.
But it is not hard to own that disease is the natural aristocrat.
Perhaps you have heart disease," said the Tin Woodman.
Nothing of emotion could be seen on his face, disfigured already by the loathsome disease.
It is a most extraordinary thing, but I never read a patent medicine advertisement without being impelled to the conclusion that I am suffering from the particular disease therein dealt with in its most virulent form.