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  • Kitteh kat theater troop reenacts the famous scene from the film Blade Runner, where Roy meets Dr. Tyrell to ask for more life.

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  • Dr. Tyrell and his house-physician got through them quickly.

    Of Human Bondage

  • "It's what they call a winter cough," answered Dr. Tyrell gravely.

    Of Human Bondage

  • "She'll probably write a letter to the papers on the gross mismanagement of the London hospitals," said Dr. Tyrell, with a smile, as he took the next paper and gave the patient one of his shrewd glances.

    Of Human Bondage

  • She had abundant self-confidence and treated Dr. Tyrell, vastly amused, with the easy familiarity with which she might have used an intoxicated admirer.

    Of Human Bondage

  • Dr. Tyrell made one or two suggestions, and promised to come again whenever Philip wanted him to.

    Of Human Bondage

  • Dr. Tyrell came in with quick movements and a breezy manner.

    Of Human Bondage

  • The clerk took the patient into one of the inner rooms; they were smaller, and each had a couch in it covered with black horse-hair: he asked his patient a variety of questions, examined his lungs, his heart, and his liver, made notes of fact on the hospital letter, formed in his own mind some idea of the diagnosis, and then waited for Dr. Tyrell to come in.

    Of Human Bondage

  • There were always a good many of these, and it was necessary to get through as many of them as possible before Dr. Tyrell came at two.

    Of Human Bondage

  • There were three assistant-physicians who took out-patients, two days a week each, and Philip put his name down for Dr. Tyrell.

    Of Human Bondage

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