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Yet no bishop, no theologian, durst oppose their quackery and their fraud.
There is no fun going on now-a-days—no quackery, no mountebankery, no asses, colonial or otherwise.
Vegetation has been exhausted, and the bowels of the earth ransacked, to supply trash for this quackery.
The meanest and most contemptible kind of cheating is quackery.
PRACTICAL ETHICSWILLIAM DEWITT HYDE
In this world we are so jealous of any discovery being made, that innovation is immediately stigmatised as quackery.
OLLA PODRIDAFREDERICK MARRYAT (AKA CAPTAIN MARRYAT)
It is the quackery of a man who would pass off false systems under cover of an empty noise of words.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 2 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
In all this there is a lot of quackery, but a lot of what is really good and useful—for instance, the porridge.
The history of quacks and quackery includes some of the most glaring frauds ever perpetrated on a credulous people.
I dislike much of the nonsense and quackery that is dignified with the name of intellectual among people.
Has mental healing a philosophical and scientific basis, or is it variously composed of quackery, superstition, and assumption?
THE ARENAVARIOUS

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