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|At church, in silks and satins new, With hoop of monstrous size ; She never |
slumbered in her pew, But when she shut her eyes. Her love was ... Her hangers-
on cu! short all, Her doctors found, when she was dead, Her last disorder mortal.
|My wife's so very bad," cried Will, " 1 fear she ne'er will hold it — □ She keeps |
her bed !" — " Mine's worse ... But now, her wealth and finery fled, Her hangers-
on cut short all, The doctors found, when she was dead, Her last disorder —
|When she has walked before. But now her wealth and finery fled, Her hangers-on |
cut short all; The doctors found when she was dead, — Her last disorder mortal.
Let us lament in sorrow sore, For Kent-street well may say, That had she liv'd a ...
|QuotationsBook.com. but what is shown to him. - Freud, Sigmund Employment is |
nature's physician, and is essential to human happiness. - Galen, Claudius The
doctor found, when she was dead, her last disorder mortal. - Goldsmith, Oliver ...
|Other nights she'd lie awake thinking about Rene, until she slept and saw herself |
or women she resembled, their throats slit and ... Dr. Brainton assured Mary that
while Angie's condition was delicate, she was in no immediate mortal danger.
|Rachel had been two and a half years old when the first curious side effect of her |
condition set in. Her latest trick had been to spin and spin herself in circles until
she was dizzy-drunk enough to stop and attempt to walk around the room. It was
quite ... It wasn't until a few months after her first strange attack that the doctor 59.
|doctor to see him, he found the new patient to be a boy of not more than |
seventeen years. He was kept in the ... One day the younger brother set his eyes
on his sister, though she was unwilling. Therefore, they tortured her ailing
husband by treating him as a workhorse until he died. Before ... He then fell dead.
Leaving him there, Dr. Manette returned to the young woman, but there was no
improvement in her condition. ... Her mortal struggle was nothing but jest for the
brothers. He then ...
|But she in the calm depths her way could take, Where in bright bowers immortal |
forms abide, Beneath the weltering of the ... The man explained that "it was only a
lady who did his hand up, and he thought he had better have a doctor see to it as
well. ... own disease was steadily gaining ground, making rapid strides, and
causing her intense suffering, which she found ... and devotion as having been "
more than mortal," wished to remove her to his own house, where he hoped she
|and felt faint if she moved.92 Worried that the summer heat and noise of Glen |
Echo would worsen her condition, Barton let ... 93 Hubbell was incensed to find
that Clara had arrived to an empty house, with no one to help her and no
provisions. ... She contacted the caretaker of the North Oxford cemetery to
provide for care of her family plot after her death and designed a ... Convinced
that this illness was his aunt's last, Steve insisted on a doctor and enough
medication to "make her as ...
Chrétien de Troyes - 2010 - 834 pages
|They think that she refers to God; but her meaning is very different, for she is |
thinking of no one but Cliges. He is her god who can bring her health, or who can
cause her death. ... shrewdness sought privily all through the city, without the
knowledge of any one, until she found a woman who was hopelessly ill with a
mortal disease. ... mistress has passed some water; she is very ill with this
disease, and she desires the doctors to see it, but she does not wish them to
come where she is.