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“The filly was lightly sedated to permit the administration of her immediate lifesaving cocktails: diazepam for the seizures, mannitol and dimethyl-sulfoxide for brain swelling, vitamin C as an antioxidant, Naxcel antibiotic for secondary infection, and lactated ringer's/dextrose solution for hydration.”
“Lots of coverage on this story - here's direct quotes and a u-tube video of the ringer's performance.”
“S. O'BRIEN: How much has Coach S.ringer's faith been tested in the last week?”
“Holy crap," i think he said. "they're calling again." he pointed to the lighted keypad, which flashes when a call comes in--on the off chance that you've left the receiver lying face up in the dark while the ringer's off, i guess.”
“I have so considered and reconsidered," said Sancho, "that the bell – ringer's in a safe berth; as will be seen by what follows.”
“Our ringer's Tommy Gibson, he's a gun from Northam town,”
“If too painful, adrenaline (epinephrine) can be given (dilution of 1 mg ampoule in 10 ml normal saline or ringer's lactate): apply several drops 4 times/day.”
“But the Logrus would detect the ringer's projected energies in no time.”
“Philip gazed down at a spear-point hovering a ringer's breadth from his chest.”
“She had been out to Midhurst several times since that first visit and had fitted herself out with a small pair of ringer's trousers in Bill Duncan's store for riding, with a pair of elastic-sided ringer's riding boots to match.”
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