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But Beardsley was watching Pederson now, whose face took on a sudden febrile gleam.WE'RE FRIENDS, NOWHENRY HASSE
If an acute febrile condition develops, the wound is mortal.OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
Febrile and inflammatory diseases were all treated by the withdrawal of nourishment, carried to the extreme.AN EPITOME OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINEROSWELL PARK
Everyone was febrile and overwrought except Anne-Marie herself, who seemed to trouble not at all about it.THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Fewer colds; febrile attacks very slight; great elasticity in recovering from disease.VEGETABLE DIET: AS SANCTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN, AND BY EXPERIENCE IN ALL AGESWILLIAM ANDRUS ALCOTT
She has certainly had fewer colds, and no febrile attacks of any consequence, since she has practiced rigid abstinence from meats.VEGETABLE DIET: AS SANCTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN, AND BY EXPERIENCE IN ALL AGESWILLIAM ANDRUS ALCOTT
Hence slight causes of irritation readily excite febrile and convulsive disorders.A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
A strong febrile attack is also sometimes experienced, without an increased determination of blood to any particular organ.THE MATRON'S MANUAL OF MIDWIFERY, AND THE DISEASES OF WOMEN DURING PREGNANCY AND IN CHILDBEDFREDERICK HOLLICK
And he pointed, with that same febrile movement of his, to the heap of gold standing on the table beside Lambert.THE NEST OF THE SPARROWHAWKBARONESS ORCZY
The evening found him half-exhausted with nerve-strain, febrile and almost sick with the agony of waiting.THE NEST OF THE SPARROWHAWKBARONESS ORCZY

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