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to administer or add a drug to

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I went in to get it with the purpose of weighing out doses.
When the wound was fairly closed, the captain washed it with rum, and administered a second dose of the same to the patient, who was tucked in for the night, and advised to compose himself to sleep.
In a little while he brought the medicine and gave Philip a dose.
A single moment's vigilance relaxed, a blanket displaced, a dose of brandy forgotten, and Trent might have walked this life a multi-millionaire, a peer, a little god amongst his fellows, freed for ever from all anxiety.
You fat-head make um brother belong you die dose up too much.
In quantity, the formula prescribed twelve hundred words minimum dose, fifteen hundred words maximum dose.
Hold hard, my lass, and let me overhaul that dose before you take it.
The nurse further swore that she had looked at the bottle containing the composing mixture, and had seen by the measuring marks on the bottle that a dose had been poured out since the dose previously given, administered by herself.
I'm going to give her a dose of ipecac first of all.
These last words were a dose almost too bitter to be swallowed.
But clearly the process by which he acquired the arsenic is irrelevant: everything that happened before he swallowed it may be ignored, since it cannot alter the effect except in so far as it alters his condition at the moment of taking the dose.
When she poured herself out her usual dose of opium, and thought that she had only to drink off the whole bottle to die, it seemed to her so simple and easy, that she began musing with enjoyment on how he would suffer, and repent and love her memory when it would be too late.
And Duson died from a dose of that same poison, a packet of which you procured secretly from Emil Sachs.
You have had something besides an excellent night's rest; you had a dose of laudanum, sir, before you went to bed.
And I'll give you such a dose, old woman--such a dose