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|The above sentence should be corrected as follows: Than he, Satan excepted, |
none higher sat. He is in the nominative case the subject of sat understood.
Model for Analysis. Some remedies are worse than the disease. remedies I are—
|We may feel that we're living in a time of "drug hypnosis," but it was a half century |
before Christ when Publius Syrus sagely observed, "There are some remedies
worse than the disease." Variations of this cynical remark have been made by ...
|Proverb, French It is medicine, not scenery, for which a sick man must go |
searching. - Seneca By medicine life may be prolonged, yet death will seize the
doctor too. - Shakespeare, William Some remedies are worse than the disease. -
|Some remedies are worse than the disease, and some comforters more |
miserable than misery itself. Their behaviour resembles that of besiegers, who
issue a summons and will have no parley. I never knew what it was to be
|Syrus, Publilius Some remedies are worse than the disease. - Syrus, Publilius He |
who has a mind to do mischief will always find a pretense. - Syrus, Publilius Life
itself is short, but lasts longer than misfortunes. - Syrus, Publilius From the errors
|Remedy for everything, could men find it, There is a. 1651: Herbert, Jac. |
Prudentum, 2nd ed. 1732: Fuller, 4879. Remedy, If there be no, then welcome
Pilvall. 1670: Ray, 189. Remedy is worse than the disease, The. [Ingratus I Sulla,
|Sulphur is often applied with advantage ; but to some plants that remedy is worse |
than the disease ; for though it does not injure the peach or the vine, it is death to
the melon, and there is no plant so high in esteem, more subject to the attack, ...
|Not that I mean to serve as an apologist for the narrow, authoritarian stuff that |
goes on in the country's classrooms; but some remedies may be worse than the
diseases with which we are familiar. Consider, for example, the reform prescribed
|In Ihort, one very necesliiry caution is, never to make a remedy worse than a |
disease, which in some circumstances may happen. But with all the necessary
good husbandry, there is one thing sometimes practised, which for many reasons
|In some instances, using drug treatment to “stop” the symptoms of a disease |
interferes with the immune system and causes the illness to get worse, or leads to
other illnesses. Ibelieve strongly that vaccines are worse than natural disease.