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“CONSUMERS ARE CHEAP, DISHONEST AND STUPID well you get what you pay for, if you buy a dell you deserve the headach”
“This does not seem much like joy, indeed, in me -- (twinkling away a tear or two) -- but it will be very trying for us to part with her, after having had her so long, and she has a dreadful headach just now, writing all the morning: -- such long letters, you know, to be written to Colonel Campbell, and Mrs. Dixon.”
“I went to bed early just cause i was so gawd darned tired, and a headach was coming.”
“In 1835 I saw him often, and found that his pulmonary symptoms were becoming more marked; his cough was excessively annoying in the morning and when going to bed; his expectoration was frothy mucus, with dyspepsia, palpitation, and occasional headach.”
“About six years before his death, he was induced by an increase of wages, to undertake stone-mining in the same pit; and soon after engaging in this employment, he began to be troubled with a slight cough, accompanied by dyspnoea, palpitation, and oppressive headach, which symptoms rapidly increased in severity.”
“He suffered from drowsy headach, anorexia, cold and slightly oedematous limbs.”
“The heart's action was strong and irregular, particularly so for some time after a fit of coughing, when he suffered excessively from headach, succeeded by a tendency to drowsiness.”
“At this, the closing period of the disease, (November 1836) he first complained of drowsiness, accompanied by headach.”
“He had not been long engaged as a miner, after his return to East Lothian, when his cough increased considerably, with laborious breathing, palpitations, and overpowering headach.”
“At this time, 1841, he had very troublesome cough, particularly in bed, scanty frothy expectoration, annoying dyspnoea, preventing him taking sufficient nourishment, headach, obstinate bowels.”
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