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Physician, on the other hand, taking Mrs Merdle down to her carriage and attending on her as she put on her cloak, inquired into the symptoms with his usual calm directness.
Physician looked at it, and read his own name and address written in pencil; nothing more.
The physician went to his house and made a polo club, the handle of which he hollowed out, and put in it the drug he wished to use.
There the physician approached him with the bat he had made, saying, "Take this, sire, and strike the ball till you feel your hand and whole body in a glow.
He listened in silence, and finally promised to confer with the physician.
Good men ever interpret themselves too meanly," said the physician.
The physician asked him one or two questions, and examined the patient himself.
This always made the students laugh, and with a twinkle of amusement at his own bright humour the physician prescribed some other drug than that which the student had suggested.
asked he, fixing his two large eyes upon the impassible countenance of the physician.
The physician was about to depart; the dying man, raising himself up: "Silence
A proof of the infallibility of the foregoing receipt, in the lamentations of the widow; with other suitable decorations of death, such as physicians, &c.
I will procure a consultation of physicians, and see whether this wondrous inoculation may not stay the progress of the destroyer.
Claude Frollo's felicitations to Jacques Coictier bore reference principally to the temporal advantages which the worthy physician had found means to extract, in the course of his much envied career, from each malady of the king, an operation of alchemy much better and more certain than the pursuit of the philosopher's stone.
Then, I continued, no physician, in so far as he is a physician, considers his own good in what he prescribes, but the good of his patient; for the true physician is also a ruler having the human body as a subject, and is not a mere money-maker; that has been admitted?
It is more and more plain to me that I am being made the subject of an experiment, in which Sir James and the physician are equally interested.
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