aspirin

[ as-per-in, -prin ]
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I ate ten aspirin and waited for the hammering to stop so I could think what to do next.

Eric took a bottle of aspirin from the drawer of his writing-table.

"I think I'll lie down for a minute," she said, and asked for the aspirin.

He knows the aspirin will not cure the arthritis, but he wants to alleviate the symptom.

I swallowed all my stock of aspirin and quinine but without relief.

The thin lady said she had been cured of all her ills by aspirin and cinnamon.

Nancy ran for the maid; for tablets of aspirin; for wet handkerchiefs.

But pa says it means I'm an aspirin' nature and born to pull up in the world.

Into her glass of water she dropped three tabloids of aspirin.

I do have a little headache; would you happen to have any aspirin aboard?

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