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It is at best an empirical test and must be interpreted in the light of clinical symptoms.
His symptoms became so serious that often we expected nothing less than that he would die on our hands.
I know the symptoms, they are unmistakable: they always are, among the ministering classes.
Do the public funds exhibit the slightest symptoms of uneasiness or excitement?
The boy has strong symptoms of fever upon him, and is in no condition to be talked to any more; thats one comfort.
On one of his hands were several ulcerated sores, and he was affected with such symptoms as have been before described.
A large pustulous sore and the usual symptoms accompanying the disease were produced in consequence.
He became ill on the 6th day with symptoms similar to those excited by Cow-pox matter.
At the same time alarming symptoms began to appear among the men of the sword.
The most alarming symptoms of the illness were his hallucinations and a constant feeling of dread.

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