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|Fuller, Thomas The patient is not likely to recover who makes the doctor his heir. |
Cnomologia Number 4368 Gay, John Is there no hope, the sick man said, The
silent doctor shook his head, And took his leave, with signs of sorrow, Despairing
|A miniskirt should be short enough to be interesting, and long enough to hide the |
interest. A patient who makes the doctor his heir, may not be likely to recover. A
pessimist is a man who looks both ways, before crossing a one-way street.
|Patient, and you shall have patient children, Be. 1678: Ray, 346. Patient is not |
like to recover who makes the doctor his heir, That. 1659: Howell, Proverbs: Fr.-
Eng. ,11, He is a fool that makes his physitian his heir. 1732: Fuller, 4368. Paul) ...
|Doctors think a lot of patients are cured who have simply quit in disgust. ... Doctor: |
a guy who tells you if you don't cut out something he'll cut something out of you.
667. ... That patient is not likely to recover who makes the doctor his heir.
|said the doctor. "I have the same complaint as you." "True enough," said the |
patient, "but you don't have the same doctor." 102.11 When a man died and ...
Don Herold 102.16 The patient is not likely to recover who makes the doctor his
|The above form, signed by the patient and accented to by the signature of the |
husband, wife, patenter child, relatives or ... Where objections are made to it, as
an unnecessary exposure, a clause may be inserted stating that it shall not be ...
If not, reqmre him to give a note, binding his heirs ice. to pay it at a specified time,
always giving him as much as he ... The form of the printed note may he: "Due Dr.
, on settlement of accounts this day, dollars, payable to his order by me, my heirs,
Orville Gilbert Brim, Sol Levine, Howard E. Freeman - 1980 - 390 pages
|Consent by the next of kin to the termination of medical care is not likely to stand |
the doctor in any better stead in the event of indictment. The law may be
pardoned for having developed a jaundiced estimate of the devotion that young
heirs are likely to ... Risk of Civil Liability Where the doctor's decision to terminate
care has led to the death of the patient, his risk of ... would be the executor or
administrator of the estate, and the estate would be the beneficiary of any
recovery obtained; ...
|me feerneth, forafnnuch as it appeareth that the faid gift was made of the mere |
liberty and free-will of the fa;d John at Noke, and without ... And fo it feemech that
not only the faid recovery fiandeth with confcience, but alfo if he had irude only a
feoffment of the land, the ... at Noke fhould not bind his heir, and if he then
fuffered any recovery thereof, then the^recovery fhould be of like effect as other
|Or, Dialogues Between a Doctor of Divinity and a Student in the Laws of England, |
Containing the Grounds of Those Laws ... Me seemeth that the buyer hath right ;
for by the said statute made in the nth year of H. 7,f among other things it is ...
hold as in his first right : provided alway that that statute shall not extend where
he that should have the land after the death of ... right against that heir that
agreed, and against all that shall be heir of the tail ; and that not only by the said
recovery, but ...
|We may believe that the priest neglects Method of not his own interest on this |
occasion ; and as the choice de- treating pends on himself, ... Yoekenbroeg
indeed pretends, that after their recovery, the fight of the devil and the doctor is ...
paid, and another called, who begins the cure afresh, and knows well how to
make his advantage of the credulity of the patient. ... and the danger of the patient
, who probably dies under the hands of the last called, leaving the faculty heirs to