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“What we want is to administer a tonic to the Conference in Milan,” he said airily.

Note: Realgar: The Chinese believe that realgar is a mithridate and tonic.

There was a snap and tang in the breeze which braced one like a tonic.

I always felt that the sight of our hungry eyes was a tonic to him.

Its entrance into the "Western World" was a tonic to this stock.

Tonic, irritant, and caustic; dose internally, one to two drachms.

“Here is a bottle of tonic for him,” said the doctor to Mrs. Morris.

The tonic seduction of the gale was too much for Little Miss Grouch.

His constant enthusiasm and refreshing observations were a tonic to Hillard.

As he strikes the broad chord of the tonic there comes a roar of applause.

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