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Not one profession had thrown more light upon this subject than the Faculty — had not all their disputes about it run into the affair of Wens and oedematous swellings, they could not keep clear of them for their bloods and souls — the stranger’s nose had nothing to do either with wens or oedematous swellings.
"And if I were you, Mike Scanlan, I would take a night off and keep clear of it.
His intention was that the three men should clear and keep clear a channel through the round, kettle-sized rocks so that a ship’s boat could land; the basalt boulders stove a boat’s keel in.
She had heard the Doric Star's raider report when four days out from Cape Town; and Captain Starr had promptly altered course to keep clear of the position.
I lost no time in being at sea and was with him on Saturday the 31st of Jany. having put to sea from Zante with a gale from the N.W. and had much ado to keep clear of the Coast of the Morea.