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The canon law assumed that cathedral had five or more bells, a parish church two or three, while the churches of the medicant orders, like public oratories, were originally limited to one.
They stand towards us in the relation, not of medicant strangers, but of co-heirs and members of our family.
Iodine, bromine, creosote soap, and others containing very volatile substances, are best prepared cold by shaving up the curd soap in a mortar, and mixing the medicant with it by long beating.
These soaps are prepared by adding the medicant to curd soap, and then making in a tablet form for use.
Her touchpoint was irritate/irritation/irritant and so I gave her props and fired up my browser. medicant:
I bring up the two similar suffixes because of two equally perplexing constructs I've encountered this week: "conversate" and "medicant".
The whole debate has become a happy web medicant, the "soma" of the blogosphere.
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