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|But much of the evil helsays against doctors was justified or put out in the spirit of |
pure fun. “I know nothing more laughable,” he writes a friend, “than a doctor who
does not die of old age.” And again, “Illness more cruel than Kings persecutes ...
|A patient going to a doctor for his first visit was asked, And whom did you consult |
before coming to me? Only the village druggist, ... Voltaire I know of nothing more
laughable than a doctor who does not die of old age. - Voltaire The majority of ...
|In came the doctor with a bloomin' big lance Now, young sailor, I'll make you |
dance! ... Navy Songs Collected by the Trident Society, 1943 Home, Boys, Home
Voltaire I know nothing more laughable than a doctor who does not die of old age
|“Doctors prescribe medicine of which they know little, to cure diseases of which |
they know less, in human beings of which they know nothing.” “I know of nothing
more laughable than a doctor who does not die of old age.” “The art of medicine ...
|Voltaire Doctors are men who prescribe medicines of which they know little, to |
cure diseases of which they know less, in human beings of whom they know ...
Voltaire I know of nothing more laughable than a doctor who does not die of old
|'I know nothing more laughable than a doctor who does not die of old age.' -|
VOLTAIRE. THE BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION is committed under its
constitution to 'the promotion of the medical and allied sciences', but one would
look in ...
|They seem to know nothing of the world beyond the little district they rule by terror|
. ... and although he does not talk much, he has histories to tell of painters and
poets, and great events in the broad field of the world. ... To me, who could not
understand the words, his manner was more than of a warrior swearing on his
sword than of a doctor of divinity. ... "With his grave old face, and his gray hair,"
she says, "to sit among those noisy student boys." But I can see nothing
laughable in it.
|Chances 6 to 4 That Consumptives Will Die Before Age Forty=five — 56 Chances |
to 44 That Sufferers from Heart Disease Will Reach Sixty ... that flesh is heir to"
are kept more scientifically than the data which the life insurance companies
accumulate from their own experience. ... That is something that the good citizen
who has "symptoms" would like to know. The Mutual Life's figures can tell nothing
of individual cases, of course, but of average or typical cases they tell everything,
|K the old ear], that wicked man says, is not " The valet looked at and with a s nge |
porp' “ Here is a and d pretty freely ... The honour of tho bousr: of Fellwater is safe
in my hands," said the doctor, calmly; “ if none stain it more than I shall, it will be
spotless. ... spoke of the young heir of the house not being his father's son.” “Did
1?" she said, hesitatingly. “Be frank, fear nothing. ... Oh, most wicked viper—but
the world shall know all, and the would-lg murderess be made the laughing stock
|Her geography was laughable, and her knowledge of English literature at best |
patchy: she could quote, for example, huge ... They had imagined it to be a rather
dilapidated terraced house in a slightly run-down area of London; instead it was
nothing more than a junkyard. ... But like 76 Totters Lane this police telephone
box was not what it seemed. Even years later in their old age Barbara and Ian
would never forget that first thrill of disbelief as they entered that out-of-place