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If we are asked, Is such or such a disease a reparative process?

What has been done has been reparative, and all in the best taste.

But the shock had a reparative effect; he became a good neighbor, and a convert to temperance.

Ringbone, being a common sequela of the reparative process, must receive due attention subsequently.

Although painful, it is nevertheless one of the reparative processes of the body, and therefore beneficial.

Good soup is easily digested, and strengthens the patient, but bad discomposes, and prevents the reparative action of the system.

A reparative period of about four days follows, and then a period of quiescence until the next menstruation commences.

Alcoholic drinks prevent the natural changes going on in the blood, and obstruct the nutritive and reparative functions.

Darton was not a man to act rapidly, and the working out of his reparative designs might have been delayed for some time.

No doubt this was the boon by which the reparative Chamber would signalise its joyous advent.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REPARATIVE

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