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Peter Demours died; a French surgeon and oculist, known for his dexterity, and author of some professional works.
The Baron de Wentzel was the most famous oculist of the day, and the discoverer of operations for cataract.
We should speak gratefully of the externals of books, because for two long years our oculist did not allow us to open them.
He was distinguished, also, as an oculist and aurist, and removed a particle of iron from the cornea by means of a magnet.
His eyesight, however, has been suffering of late, rendering the attendance of an oculist necessary.
I, of course, cannot cure the eye; it seems to me to be covered with a skin which an oculist might easily remove.
TROY AND ITS REMAINSHENRY (HEINRICH) SCHLIEMANN
If its owner had half that amount of dust in his eye he would be off to an oculist as fast as ever his feet would carry him.
"Maybe he is going to be an oculist and won't have to know the bones in the human body," I ventured.
The poor, exiled, scorned and plundered oculist Nebenchari in Babylon sends thee this intelligence to Egypt.
He was as a man whose sealed vision an oculist's knife has just released.

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