Bandaging: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases
Use in Literature BandagingThe royal family and the members of the court exerted themselves to the uttermost, the ladies devoting themselves to the preparation of lint and bandages, and to nursing the wounded, the sick, and the dying, of whom the numbers were overwhelming.ndash;Charles Morris (editor) in The San Francisco Calamity.They could not tell surely, however, until the bandages were removed, which would be early in August.ndash;Harriet A. Adams in Dawn.The operation had been performed and, so far as they could judge, all was well, though, as Keith had written, the real results would not show until the bandages were removed some time later.ndash;Harriet A. Adams in Dawn.She handed them back and he adjusted them to the bandages.ndash;Samuel Hopkins Adams in The Unspeakable Perk.My forehead was swathed in bandages, like a turbaned Turk's.ndash;Marion Polk Angellotti in The Firefly Of France.You see, I know about those bandages, and I know why you need those crutches.ndash;Marion Polk Angellotti in The Firefly Of France.Ether was promptly given, and as soon as the patient was fairly under its influence the bandages were removed and the sutures by which the wound had been drawn together cut.ndash;T.S. Arthur in Danger.Earnest Irish patriots had turned their fields into camps and their houses into hospitals; aristocratic females had been making bandages for months, when von Kuhlmann, Secretary of the German Embassy in London, went over to pay his first visit to Ireland.ndash;Margot Asquith in An Autobiography, vols 1,2.I washed and bandaged him carefully, and gave him a dose of brandy and laudanum.ndash;Samuel White Baker in Ismailia.I made a couple of pads, and, placing one upon each hole, we bandaged him tightly.ndash;Samuel White Baker in Ismailia.
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