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Corn and winter wheat are the agricultural specialties of the Shenandoah Valley.
In Peru, for example, they were divided into classes, who made the various means of divination specialties.
And the manufacturers excuse for putting such absurd specialties on the market is that physicians prescribe them!
The Ebers Papyrus shows us that the specialties were by no means scantily developed.
It would be well, too, to give more credit to the specialties of girls in the schools.
THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLSANNA CALLENDER BRACKETT
By this time the clerical element had disappeared almost entirely from medical circles, or only dabbled in certain specialties.
The splitting up of medicine into specialties, and the increase of its subordinate branches into schools.
The manager himself escorted him to his table and made suggestions as to the specialties and the wine.
MEDAL OF HONORDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
His knowledge was limited to the practice of a few specialties, but in regard to these his information was detailed and accurate.
On the other hand, the choicest specialties will command a price even in remote markets.

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