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  • A substance of a bituminous nature, called hygeian rock, has been of late years introduced, and is being extensively used for this purpose; it is melted and poured into the open space hot, and quickly hardens.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 601, July 9, 1887

  • Mr. Walker, the hygeian humorist, declared that he had such a healthy skin it was impossible for any impurity to stick to it, and maintained that it was an absurdity to wash a face which was of necessity always clean.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858

  • A lime bath once or twice a week, in the absence of all fever, is said to be an excellent hygeian or prophylactic treatment.

    Official Report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party

  • Sir E.B. Lytton tells us that 'the air of Malvern is in itself hygeian: the water is immemorially celebrated for its purity: the landscape is a perpetual pleasure to the eye.'

    The Recreations of a Country Parson

  • Mr. Walker, the hygeian humorist, declared that he had such a healthy skin it was impossible for any impurity to stick to it, and maintained that it was an absurdity to wash a face which was of necessity always clean.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • Mr. Walker, the hygeian humorist, declared that he had such a healthy skin it was impossible for any impurity to stick to it, and maintained that it was an absurdity to wash a face which was of necessity always clean.

    Autocrat of the Breakfast Table

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