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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SURGERY

Even the most jealous of that most jealous of professions, surgery, had to admit that he got results.

If there be any,” says he, “it is beyond the reach of surgery.

They gave him every assistance that medicine and surgery could afford.

There was no doctor near, nor anyone who knew anything of surgery.

My two years at lectures had not been passed in vain, and surgery had been my hobby.

“I have some knowledge of medicine and surgery,” Gordon answered.

They are the pothooks and hangers of surgery, and I have gone that far.

Restated that the head had been removed by some one who had practised in surgery.

"After I declined to assist him in the surgery," says Molly, demurely.

You'll probably have to push them out of the way to get out of Surgery.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, from Old French surgerie, contraction of serurgerie, from Late Latin chirurgia (see surgeon).

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