The next day when he arose he found, to his great joy and astonishment, that he was completely cured
One whose child I - we have cured
, who lies under great debt to us.
People began to come to him from a distance, and began bringing invalids to him whom they declared he cured
It was a week after he cured
her headache that a moonlight sail on Lake Merritt was proposed by Norman and seconded by Arthur and Olney.
If ever a man cured
sea-sickness in a new way yet, I am that man--I got over it, Mr.
A malady that was formerly cured
by the touch of the
Love, socialism, the PEOPLE-- healthful figments of man's mind--were the things that cured
and saved me.
The affair of the amethyst brooch cured
me of meddling with things that didn't belong to me.
It is a head like yours," he said, "but it is poorly cured
Well, I said, and to require the help of medicine, not when a wound has to be cured
, or on occasion of an epidemic, but just because, by indolence and a habit of life such as we have been describing, men fill themselves with waters and winds, as if their bodies were a marsh, compelling the ingenious sons of Asclepius to find more names for diseases, such as flatulence and catarrh; is not this, too, a disgrace?
I have known ambition, when cured
at court by frequent disappointments (which are the only physic for it), to break out again in a contest for foreman of the grand jury at an assizes; and have heard of a man who had so far conquered avarice, as to give away many a sixpence, that comforted himself, at last, on his deathbed, by making a crafty and advantageous bargain concerning his ensuing funeral, with an undertaker who had married his only child.
Chilton knows him, an' he's just cured
somebody just like her, Dr.