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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Dysentery has recognised and accredited curers, both men and women.
THE MAFULUROBERT W. WILLIAMSON
When we drew near we found that they were but the fish-curers' gutters and packers at work.
OUR JOURNEY TO THE HEBRIDESJOSEPH PENNELL AND ELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
These epidemics were the great opportunities of the ague-curers, as we shall see more fully in the sequel.
I shall add here what remains to be said of specialist ague-curers in later times.
The skinners and curers knew so little of the proper mode of curing hides, that at least half of those actually taken were lost.
Ye do well, Madam, not to make them witnesses of your grief, who cannot be curers of it.
The rooms provided for them by the curers were small and overcrowded.
OUR JOURNEY TO THE HEBRIDESJOSEPH PENNELL AND ELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
The bacon curers still more strongly objected to the short sides and the very small amount of lean meat in the cured carcases.
THE PIGSANDERS SPENCER
Thiers also treats as impostors the curers of burns, and preventers of fire, who pretend to disregard the danger of fire arms.
Obviously, medical examinations were barriers which the faith-curers could not climb over.

WORD OF THE DAY

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