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It is important, therefore, to ascertain whether the patient has been troubled with a backache.
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James Hampton Byerly, of Sanford, North Carolina, and Alameda, California, and Miss Aileen taste Marie AUridge, of Oakland, California, were married in the latter city. Cherries formed part of the dessert, and the savant ate a good many, taking care, however, to dip the fruit well in a glass of water, and then to wipe it thoroughly dry before putting it to his mouth. A more convenient aid could scarcely be imagined. "How much luggage? Nurses' aids? Secretaries? Commissions? Passports? Can we draw on the other Boston units for personnel? What shall we do with our portable houses? What with our Red Cross equipment?" And I don't know what else (buy). An emetic is always of service, particularly if there be nausea; and if vomiting be spontaneous, it should be moderately assisted, as already advised.
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