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“At one point after working intensely with Israeli homoeopathist Vega Rozenberg, things came to a tipping point.”
“Dudgeon, the eminent homoeopathist, while he was doing parish work in London.”
“Our food was simple enough for the most dyspeptic homoeopathist.”
“There he is -- that's the man!" said the homoeopathist, much excited, and indicating to the blue coat a brisk, capable-looking gentleman of thirty-two in a neat silver-gray overcoat.”
“For my part, sixty domestics sufficed me "(I regarded sternly the homoeopathist, who had taken me for a waiter):" it was but”
“The professor of geography remained stunned: the homoeopathist gave utterance to a cry -- one of admiration, doubtless.”
“He seems to have been something of a homoeopathist, for he recommends sulphur to cure infectious diseases “brought on by the sulphurous vapours of the Aurora Borealis”!”
“He was a homoeopathist, and left some medicines to be administered, directions to be followed by my nurses; and watches were to be regularly set, and relieved by night and by day.”
“Meanwhile we were professionally attended by Dr.J. J. Garth Wilkinson, a homoeopathist, a friend of Emerson and of Henry J.mes the elder, a student of Swedenborg, and, at this particular juncture, interested in spiritualism.”
“I conclude that he had made the acquaintance of Dr. Robert Ellis Dudgeon, the eminent homoeopathist, while he was doing parish work in London.”
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