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" I do not know that I can add very much to what I have said in regard to the general situation. "
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation Bill, 1921: Hearing ... - Page 184
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1920 - 2588 pages
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The Western Medical Reporter, Volume 12

Medicine - 1890
...be difficult here to maintain a diagnosis of Landry's paralysis. Dr. Sanger Brown : Mr. President. I do not know that I can add very much to what I have already said in the paper. In regard to the remarks of Dr. Brower concerning his two cases, I may say...
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Debates: Official Report, Volume 5

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons - Canada - 1904
...hands of the people of this country. Hon. Sir FREDERICK BORDEN (Minis ter of Militia and Defence). I do not know that I can add very much to what I said a few days ago in reference to this matter. My hon. friend has certainly done his full duty by...
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Legislative Branch Appropriations for ...: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - Courts - 1920
...correspondencv with the State authorities, which is quite considerable, goes through the Department of State. I will pass over the matter of law clerks, which is...office are prepared by Mr. Woolsey, our solicitor, and he knows the exact state of affairs and the needs of his office. The rest are prepared by Mr. Carr,...
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Indian Fights and Fighters

Cyrus Townsend Brady - History - 1971 - 423 pages
...either being the true copy, but the omission looks peculiar to say the least, if omission there was.* I do not know that I can add very much to what I have already sent to you on the question of disobedience. Here is a commander who has had experience in...
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Journal of Comparative Medicine and Surgery, Volume 11

Veterinary medicine - 1890
...about the germs being developed partly in the animal's body and partly on the outside. Dr. Salmon — I do not know that I can add very much to what I have already said. What we do not know about Texas fever germs would make a very much larger book than what...
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The Medico-legal Journal, Volume 5

Medical jurisprudence - 1887
...particularly in cases of such moment as this. I do not care to enter into a very lengthy criticism. In fact, I do not know that I can add very much to the interest of what has been said ; but, to summarize my ideas, if I have not correctly expressed...
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