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“When this is done, the head should be washed in a decoction of the small kind of smart weed; (for a description of this weed, look under that head;) after the head has been washed in the above decoction, take a feather and dip it in ceder oil, and touch it lightly on the deepest pustules or scalds.”
The Cherokee Physician, or Indian Guide to Health, as Given by Richard Foreman, a Cherokee Doctor; Comprising a Brief View of Anatomy, With General Rules for Preserving Health without the Use of Medicines. The Diseases of the U. States, with Their Symptoms, Causes, and Means of Prevention, are Treated on in a Satisfactory Manner. It Also Contains a Description of a Variety of Herbs and Roots, Many of which are not Explained in Any Other Book, and their Medical Virtues have Hitherto been Unknown to the Whites; To which is Added a Short Dispensatory.
“I lift the glass top out of the “White Night” bottle and touch it to Svetlana’s wrist, then to mine, so we can both pretend that we are elegant and worldly, that we belong in the previous century, that we know something about privacy.”
“My dear Fergushill, our Lord is not so cruel as to let a poor man see salvation and never let him touch it for want of money; indeed, the only thing that commendeth sinners to Christ is their extreme necessity and want.”
“He felt the need to touch it with his finger before pronouncing the decisive word, but forbade himself.”
“Its army of dead men needed to be appeased, and Earth-Shaker entreated too to touch it lightly.”
“He was trying to guess whether they'd stifle him with Matilda's goosedown pillow -- which would be the first time he was ever allowed to touch it -- or if he'd die with Beatrice's precious sewing scissors in his heart, when all of a sudden he realized that if he didn't get outside to the privy in about twenty-five seconds he'd embarrass himself right in his trousers.”
“I’ll know the bottom of it, said the trumpeter’s wife, for I will touch it with my finger before I sleep.”
“She stretched yearningly toward the ceiling, as though she would touch it with her fingertips.”
“They soon learned that "the power of the Führer was a magic power and no profane hand might reach out to touch it until the reigning priest was really dead," a profound truth, which each of the Diadochi (except Goebbels) sought to evade at some point in the spring of 1945, and all to their peril.”
“‘I shall want some oil of aniseed besides,’ said I, ‘to put on the pigeon-holes, so that the birds’ feathers may touch it as they pass in and out, and become scented with what will attract the wild pigeons.”
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Some charming translations lifted from The Wolof-Multilanguage Live Dictionary Project. Think of it as a survival phrasebook for your upcoming jolly to Mauritania.
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