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“A simple thing -- a few drops of druggist's ammonia in the water; but”
“He kissed his hand to her, sipped from his condensed milk can a man-size drink of druggist's alcohol, and to her again kissed her hand.”
“This colourless fluid was druggist's alcohol, and as such is known in tramp-land as "alki.”
“An alki-stiff is a tramp who drinks druggist's alcohol.”
“As I wait, my eyes pour over the druggist's shelves and, once again, I am reassured to know that the French are flawed.”
“According to Guelph historian, Gil Stelter, The Petrie Pharmacy, completed for A.B. Petrie in 1882 clearly proclaims its function with a giant druggist's mortar and pestle as its cornice.”
“I expected to see one of Mameha's maids, but it was only a man from the druggist's making a delivery of Chinese herbs for Auntie's arthritis.”
“I the red-necked man began, but Mrs. Evans didn't hear the finish of the question nor Ricardo's reply, for she was recalling with amusement the fact that in Cuer - navaca she had used exactly the same phrase when chiding the druggist's son who had graduated from Yale to become a paid escort.”
“There was a gun pointing straight into the druggist's face.”
“He turned around like a robot, a thin figure in a short blue druggist's smock, and walked into Thrifty's.”
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