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Partial vitiation of mind is a state distinctly recognized in psychiatrical science.
THE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND CAPITAL PUNISHMENT OF ANIMALSEDMUND P. EVANS
But here again enter error of perspective, and vitiation due to the bias of love.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
A very common and at the same time injurious form of air-vitiation is that from tobacco smoke.
HOW TO LIVEIRVING FISHER AND EUGENE FISK
In Everope is seen the extremity to which the vitiation here mentioned by the great moralist may sometimes be carried.
TREVETHLAN (VOL 3 OF 3)WILLIAM DAVY WATSON
While occupying a room, we are insensible of the 237 gradual vitiation of the air.
A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE (REVISED EDITION)CALVIN CUTTER
The phenomena of puerperal fever originate in a vitiation of the fluids.
A SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERYEDWARD RIGBY
There is the inefficiency of the syllogism, and also the vitiation produced by its employment.
A LOGIC OF FACTSGEORGE JACOB HOLYOAKE
To correct this vitiation, to abolish these disastrous hates and misconceptions, elaborate learning was not needed.
THE FRUITS OF VICTORYNORMAN ANGELL
An ordinary single mantle burner causes as much vitiation as two or three persons.
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH
We recognize every where the caprices of an unbridled fancy, and a prevailing vitiation of sense and taste.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. XXIII.--APRIL, 1852.--VOL. IV.VARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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