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In extremely exceptional instances the disease, after involving a small part, may retrogress and recovery take place.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
At times the patches retrogress, involution taking place with or without slight sieve-like atrophy or scarring.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
That certain animals degenerate or retrogress in their development is susceptible of ready and familiar illustration.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
But it must be a slow, and occasionally, an interrupted progress, after a sad retrogress of nearly twelve years.
BIOGRAPHIA EPISTOLARIS VOLUME 2SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
What had caused the man to retrogress Luis and Luise Obispo?
FORGET ME NEARLYFLOYD L. WALLACE
Would I could retrogress over the devious and enchanting itinerary.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
According to him the eyes of Proteus may develop to a certain point and then retrogress again.
THE ORGANISM AS A WHOLEJACQUES LOEB
We don't stand still or retrogress; we keep going on and up.
THE DRUMS OF JEOPARDYHAROLD MACGRATH
But, as a matter of fact, there are species which are arrested; there are some that retrogress.
CREATIVE EVOLUTIONHENRI BERGSON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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