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Asses' milk, long celebrated for its sanative qualities, more closely resembles that of a woman than any other.
The magnetism of his presence in the military hospitals was more sanative than the doctors' physic.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
And you don't think two years' prison, two years' slavery, was sanative enough without the denial of his just compensation?
Since I had seen him, society had emulated the State in the practice of a truly sanative attitude toward him.
The mind thus becomes "a silent, transforming, sanative energy" of great potency and power.
In his majestic presence there was a total impression sanative to body and soul.
Having heard your Sanative Tea highly praised, I resolved to try it, and found myself in a short time much better.
I took many things without benefit, till an acquaintance recommended me to use the Sanative Tea.
Friction and sometimes Touch, how sanative, by several Examples, 12.
Johnson had faith in the sanative quality of dried orange-peel.
THE COLLECTORHENRY T. TUCKERMAN

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