1 Under her shapeless dress her body kept its limp immobility, and her dark eyes had the bright witch-like stare that disease of the spine sometimes gives.
2 When your mother took to her bed she bade me write you that under no condition were you to come home and expose yourself and Wade to the disease.
3 Scarlett had seen enough typhoid in the Atlanta hospital to know what a week meant in that dread disease.
4 The episode of Nettie Crane's timely rescue from disease had been one of the most satisfying incidents of her connection with Gerty's charitable work.
5 Be sure of this, O young ambition, all mortal greatness is but disease.
6 One was the neighbors saw the fellows here, another was, I was afraid I had contracted a loathsome disease, and still another was that I feared I might give birth to a Negro baby.
7 which have been inspected and found to be free from disease.
8 There were those who worked in the chilling rooms, and whose special disease was rheumatism; the time limit that a man could work in the chilling rooms was said to be five years.
9 They had been overworked and underfed so long, and finally some disease had laid them on their backs; or they had cut themselves, and had blood poisoning, or met with some other accident.
10 Some time ago, Elzbieta was told, a Chicago billionaire had paid a fortune to bring a great European surgeon over to cure his little daughter of the same disease from which Kristoforas had suffered.
11 In the face of handicaps such as these the packers counted themselves lucky if they could kill off the cattle that had been crippled in transit and the hogs that had developed disease.
12 If all the hogs in this carload were not killed at once, they would soon be down with the dread disease, and there would be nothing to do but make them into lard.
13 And bear in mind also that this monstrous disease affects not merely the idlers and their menials, its poison penetrates the whole social body.
14 Thy child," returned Duncan, gravely; "the disease has gone out of her; it is shut up in the rocks.
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15 She might have been sixty, but was older than that by hard work and disease, was partially blind, and somewhat crippled with rheumatism.