Thesaurus / lancet
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He obtained permission to do as he pleased, and having by great good luck a lancet with him, he let him blood in the neck.
When they underwent the operation of the lancet, the doctor's wife and another lady were present; both beautiful women.
The pathologist was sitting in the control room of the Lancet, his glasses slightly askew on his florid face.
STAR SURGEONALAN NOURSE
Noel Paton has shown (Lancet, July 4, 1903) that defective nutrition of the pregnant woman diminishes the weight of the offspring.
He has done the work with a broad-ax when a lancet was needed.
The following is from the Lancet of August the 22nd, 1857:—Dyspeptic.
They ought to reach the flanks by a movement like the stroke of a lancet, and be taken away as quickly.
The sting-made wound itself was of little moment; it closed as soon as the lancet withdrew.
CHILDREN'S LITERATURECHARLES MADISON CURRY
Next he drew forth a lancet as long as a sword, and drove the point into the biggest vein he could discover.
Knives are sufficient for the table and the market; ­ but for the purposes of science we must dissect with the lancet.

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