chemist


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The chemist bowed; and, turning to his shelves, filled an ordinary half-ounce bottle with laudanum immediately.
The chemist answered the question by turning the label toward her.
It was first discovered in 1832, by Braconnot, a French chemist, who called it xyloidine.
He suddenly produced a small cardboard box, such as chemists use for powders.
The body (follow me closely here) lies at the mercy of the most omnipotent of all potentates--the Chemist.
Then came the chemist and druggist, with other tabular statements, showing that when they didn't get drunk, they took opium.
Reflects Eugene, friend of Mortimer; buried alive in the back of his chair, behind a shoulder--with a powder-epaulette on it--of the mature young lady, and gloomily resorting to the champagne chalice whenever proffered by the Analytical Chemist.
Here, the Analytical Chemist (who has evidently formed a very low opinion of Mortimer's story) concedes a little claret to the Buffers; who, again mysteriously moved all four at once, screw it slowly into themselves with a peculiar twist of enjoyment, as they cry in chorus, 'Pray go on.
Serjeant Buzfuz prayed a TALES; the gentleman in black then proceeded to press into the special jury, two of the common jurymen; and a greengrocer and a chemist were caught directly.
I beg this court's pardon,' said the chemist, who was a tall, thin, yellow-visaged man, 'but I hope this court will excuse my attendance.
Unbelieving Philosophers who were remodelling the world with words, and making card-towers of Babel to scale the skies with, talked with Unbelieving Chemists who had an eye on the transmutation of metals, at this wonderful gathering accumulated by Monseigneur.
Spontaneous explosion was the police explanation, and the chemists of the cartridge company were well bullied at the inquest.
They were laughed at by the chemists, who held that, while it was just barely probable that a single cartridge, charged with the new smokeless powder, might spontaneously explode, it was beyond all probability and possibility for all the cartridges in a given area, so charged, spontaneously to explode.
THE evidence of the doctors and the chemists closed the proceedings on the first day of the Trial.
I am assured that there are many poisons known only to a few chemists in the world, a single grain of which is sufficient to destroy the strongest man and leave not the slightest trace behind.