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For in the beginning men took snuff, not as an everyday luxury, but as a medicament.
TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
The little reproach, added to the wound to his pride, required a healing medicament; she put her lips to his fingers.
RHODA FLEMING, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
Even though gropingly at times, the physicians of the walled cities had put their fingers upon the specific medicament.
SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
I remember to have cured a disconsolate widower, who obstinately refused every other medicament, by a strict course of geology.
THE CAXTONS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
For many things are swallowed by Animals, rather for condiment, gust or medicament, then any substantial nutriment.
THE WORKS OF SIR THOMAS BROWNE (VOLUME 2 OF 3)THOMAS BROWNE
Nature, tenderest of leeches,—no bolus of hers is pleasanter medicament than her ruddy strawberries.
MOUNT RAINIERVARIOUS
I read your letter over and over, but its sweet medicament cannot purge my breast.
THE JESSICA LETTERS: AN EDITOR'S ROMANCEPAUL ELMER MORE
A carved ivory medicament box with sliding lid will be fully described later.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS IN GREEK AND ROMAN TIMESJOHN STEWART MILNE
It carries a small fork on which to poise a pellet of semi-solid medicament.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS IN GREEK AND ROMAN TIMESJOHN STEWART MILNE
The medicament is made into liquid form and is injected by means of a nasal pipe.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS IN GREEK AND ROMAN TIMESJOHN STEWART MILNE

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