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From the blood, thus imperfectly purified, may result kidney troubles and various diseases of the liver and the stomach.

A Practical PhysiologyAlbert F. Blaisdell

That evening, and for many evenings to come, we worked upon our liver.

The liver tries to get rid of it by taking some air from the blood and burning it up, just as it burns the real food of the body.

Applied PhysiologyFrank Overton

Do they look right down into your inmost thoughts—or do they see only as far as your liver?

Mrs. Red PepperGrace S. Richmond

Cancer of the liver in some instances does, and in others does not, produce dropsy of the bowels.

The most common diseases are dysentery, intermittent fever, and heart and liver complaints.

But an Englishman hesitates to mention his stomach in the presence of ladies, though he discourses freely about his liver.

The American LanguageHenry L. Mencken

The state of his liver and of her general health would naturally have tended to accentuate any differences that arose.

The Love Affairs of Lord ByronFrancis Henry Gribble

And a liver like a sponge, and ague whenever the wind comes round to the east—what's the market value of that?

The Mystery of CloomberArthur Conan Doyle

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