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“My Bookselling concerns are critically situated, and I fear may lead to litigation, and I hate Law as a patient in Hydrophobia hates water.”
“I cannot imagine, how anything can be more prejudiciall to a Monarchy, than the allowing of such books to be publikely read, without present applying such correctives of discreet Masters, as are fit to take away their Venime; Which Venime I will not doubt to compare to the biting of a mad Dogge, which is a disease the Physicians call Hydrophobia, or Fear Of Water.”
“I lost track of him for awhile, then discovered his excellent essay, "Hydrophobia," in a recent issue of The Missouri Review, and was happy to learn through the bio note that he had a story collection forthcoming.”
“McGlynn was named the winner of the Kay W. Levin Short Nonfiction award for his article "Hydrophobia" in the Missouri Review.”
“Hydrophobia' (X360) Coming to PS3/PC After All, Just Later”
“This was not quite a correct statement, as my four-footed friend was at that time about two years old, and measured nearly thirty inches from the shoulder, but, as the old man seemed really frightened and muttered two ugly words in connection with each other, 'Hydrophobia' and”
“I'm really behind the idea of disaster survival as a genre, I think it could be the next big thing, so I've quietly got my fingers crossed for Hydrophobia.”
“Hydrophobia is a kind of madness, well known in every village, which comes by the biting of a mad dog, or scratching, saith  Aurelianus; touching, or smelling alone sometimes as  Sckenkius proves, and is incident to many other creatures as well as men: so called because the parties affected cannot endure the sight of water, or any liquor, supposing still they see a mad dog in it.”
“Bechuanas to Children — Hydrophobia unknown — Diseases of the Bakwains few in number — Yearly Epidemics —”
“Hydrophobia is rare, and the people have many superstitions about it.”
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