1 The pigs had sent out a large bottle of pink medicine which they had found in the medicine chest in the bathroom, and Clover administered it to Boxer twice a day after meals.
2 Thy cunning may soon swell out once more thy shrivelled purse, but neither leech nor medicine can restore thy scorched hide and flesh wert thou once stretched on these bars.
3 When this medical research was ended, the Saxon peasant desired humbly to have back the medicine which he had found so salutary; but the Grand Master frowned severely at the request.
4 Then there was a little medicine store, with bottles labelled Laudanum, Tincture of Myrrh, Ess.
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5 Mr. Bumble tasted the medicine with a doubtful look; smacked his lips; took another taste; and put the cup down empty.
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6 He declares himself, that coming to Lyme for a month, did him more good than all the medicine he took; and, that being by the sea, always makes him feel young again.
7 The invalid sank back upon his cushions, tired out by this long recital, while his nurse poured him out a glass of some stimulating medicine.
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8 Here's a cigar, and the doctor has a prescription containing hot water and a lemon, which is good medicine on a night like this.
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9 The ideal of preventive medicine was attained.
10 A medicine may be bitter, yet the patient will gladly take it when assured that only by its means can he recover.
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11 Though you do laugh at medicine, I am certain you can give me practical advice.
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12 I don't consult a doctor for it, and never have, though I have a respect for medicine and doctors.
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13 Princess Mary shrugged her shoulders but took the glass submissively and calling the nurse began giving the medicine.
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14 Prince Nicholas had always ridiculed medicine, but latterly on Mademoiselle Bourienne's advice had allowed this doctor to visit him and had grown accustomed to him.
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15 The last medicine has done her a very great deal of good.
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