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“Between them is the opening through which pilgrims crawl to get in closer contact with the Saint who is also invoked against back-ache (and against fever and rabies, against which a special Otto wine was given to the pilgrims at the Otto altar; there are still about a dozen organised pilgrimages per year).”
“This was news to me - I just thought I had lower back-ache from the new bed.”
“The adjustable bed base so that I can wake up without back-ache.”
“Why is it, that on top of all the other discomforts and inconveniences of pregnancy - the heartburn, the back-ache, the farting it's not just me, is it?”
“Saurav Gangully is suffering of a back-ache, whereas experienced test players like Laxman and tendulkar completely failed against the New England spinners and pacers.”
“Nick's sloping letters were suddenly tense as if the vowels had back-ache.”
“An important feature of the machine is the height of the mould off the ground, which helps to reduce back-ache from bending down to remove the ejected blocks.”
“This height helps to reduce operator back-ache from bending down too low to remove freshly made soil blocks from the machine.”
“In all cases, however it may begin, the peculiar head-ache and back-ache as described in the beginning, as well as the extreme heat of the head and face, redness of the eyes, the gnawing sensation at the stomach, and peculiar nausea are present.”
“How could a back-ache over the pea-bed compensate for these felicities?”
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