medicine


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No, not dead yet; but you will be in a few moments since you have refused to take the medicine which would have made you well.
Give him to me that I may take him outside the kraal and wake him to life by my medicine.
You'll never get well like that," she would say, forgetting her grief in her vexation, "if you won't obey the doctor and take your medicine at the right time
If only I had pretended to like the medicine," was what Nana's wet eyes said.
It had been given her, when a girl, by the witch-doctor of her town tribe, and was nothing like the poor, weak medicine of Mbonga's witch-doctor.
But is the art of medicine or any other art faulty or deficient in any quality in the same way that the eye may be deficient in sight or the ear fail of hearing, and therefore requires another art to provide for the interests of seeing and hearing-- has art in itself, I say, any similar liability to fault or defect, and does every art require another supplementary art to provide for its interests, and that another and another without end?
Coictier exclaimed, "Pardieu, Dom Claude, alchemy has its use, no doubt, but why blaspheme medicine and astrology?
I have been well for ten days, but have remained in bed in the hope of gaining by repose the strength that would justify me in taking your medicines.
Below it was written the name of the patient for whom the medicine had been prescribed.
The bridge at Medicine Bow is shaky, and would not bear the weight of the train.
These Indians have likewise their priests, or conjurers, or medicine men, who pretend to be in the confidence of the deities, and the expounders and enforcers of their will.
All that I could now recall, and all that I could tell Ezra Jennings was, that I had attacked the art of medicine at the dinner-table with sufficient rashness and sufficient pertinacity to put even Mr.