NEC

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Synonyms for NEC

an acute inflammatory disease occurring in the intestines of premature infants

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My dear sir, I'm quite certain you cannot be ignorant of the extent of confidence which must be placed in professional men.
I dare say you are surprised, my dear sir, that I have listened to your recital with so little astonishment.
You must not confound us with London in general, my dear sir.
Notwithstanding the pleasure your assurance gives me, dear sir, I have just now, a message from Montcalm--"
You are aware, my dear sir,--you must have observed it in your own experience,--that all human progress is in a circle; or, to use a more accurate and beautiful figure, in an ascending spiral curve.
In France, my dear sir, half such a piece of effrontery as that would cause you to be quickly despatched to Toulon for five years, for change of air.
So accomplished a person as the reader must have seen at once that I made away with Timothy in order to give his little vests and pinafores and shoes to David, and, therefore, dear sir or madam, rail not overmuch at me for causing our painter pain.
My dear Sir, you impress me with the highest opinion of your capacity for sifting human testimony
We are, dear Sirs, "Yours respectfully, "Pro CARTER, PATERSON & CO.
My dear Sir Thomas, I perfectly comprehend you, and do justice to the generosity and delicacy of your notions, which indeed are quite of a piece with your general conduct; and I entirely agree with you in the main as to the propriety of doing everything one could by way of providing for a child one had in a manner taken into one's own hands; and I am sure I should be the last person in the world to withhold my mite upon such an occasion.
My dear sir,' said Scrooge, quickening his pace, and taking the old gentleman by both his hands.
Tell me, my dear sir, do you admit the existence of volcanoes on the moon's surface?
But methinks, dear sir, you look pale, as if the travel through the wilderness had been too sore for you.
To me, dear sir, he appeared extremely skilful, and prompt, and courageous; but perhaps Cousin Richard will say I am as ignorant as the gentleman himself.
Believe me, dear sir, respectfully yours, ISABEL MILLER.