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  • They use the same bioengineered yam- or soy-based estrogen used by the compounding pharmacies in their creams and troches.

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  • These ornaments caught the light of the fire and the distant troches, and the dim image of the Prince and the Queen appeared to flicker.

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  • Your doctor may prescribe an antifungal medication, such as Nystatin rinse or Mycelex troches.

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  • "No," said Cadfael positively, and turned from the board on which he was fashioning troches for queasy stomachs in the infirmary.

    The Holy Thief

  • He heard the bell rousing the dortoir for Prime, and went directly to the church as soon as he had put his troches safely away.

    The Sanctuary Sparrow

  • Brother Cadfael rose well before Prime to go to his workshop, where he had left a batch of troches drying overnight.

    The Sanctuary Sparrow

  • Brother Cadfael, having lit and trimmed the wick, turned to gather up into a box the troches Brother Oswin had left drying, little white cakes of carminative powder bound with gum.

    The Leper of Saint Giles

  • Clysters he prated on; electuaries; troches; the weed that the Gael of him called _slanlus_ or

    Doom Castle

  • She was in and out of her room on the instant, with a box of troches, one of which she held out to her father.

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  • Statira brought troches with her, and held them in her mouth for this purpose.

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