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The grass had a delightful fragrance, like new-mown hay, and was neatly wound around the tunnel, like the inside of a bird's-nest.
DAVY AND THE GOBLINCHARLES E. CARRYL
In disease, the amount of solids depends mainly upon the activity of metabolism and the ability of the kidneys to excrete.
Men's lives are as thoroughly blended with each other as the air they breathe: evil spreads as necessarily as disease.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
As a rule, however, persistent glycosuria is diagnostic of diabetes mellitus, of which disease it is the essential symptom.
The south tunnel in New Street was blocked April 18, 1877, by a locomotive turning over.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Here they are seldom abundant, but their constant presence is the most reliable urinary sign of the disease.
The darkness, or rather the general misapprehension, which prevails on this subject, is a frightful source of disease and misery.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
To my friends ever since I have not failed to recommend the passage of the Butterley tunnel as a desirable pleasure excursion.
In pernicious anemia they are always greatly diminished, and an increase should exclude the diagnosis of this disease.
This is an idiopathic disease of the blood-making organs, which is accompanied by an enormous increase in number of leukocytes.

WORDS RELATED TO TUNNEL DISEASE

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