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The respectable fish-curer chuckled, and patted his protégé on the back.
Starting with this advantage, Time, the great curer, gradually healed a wound that looked incurable.
Thus did they exalt the simple curer of souls, while his son, the doctor, was not even included among the guests.
It was published for practice in 1665, being designed to show forth the authors skill as an ague-curer.
All the diseases ever sin brought upon man doth he pretend to be a curer of, when the truth is, his main cunning is corn-cutting.
He had nothing in common, for instance, with River Andrew, and politely yawned that reminiscent fish-curer into silence.
THE LAST HOPEHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
This accident made Maren famous as a curer of burns and people sought her help for their injuries.
DITTE: GIRL ALIVE!MARTIN ANDERSEN NEXO
But I suppose they are hopelessly in debt to some curer or other up about Habost?
While in London, Count Rumford attained a high reputation as a curer of smoky chimneys.
A most curious speech, certainly, to make to a parson, or soul-curer by profession!
PHAETHONCHARLES KINGSLEY

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