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Mexicans at home in the interior, by a resiident [A.S. Poole]. - Page 112
by Annie Sampson Poole - 1884
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A Handbook of Chemical Manipulation

Charles Greville Williams - Chemistry - 1857 - 580 pages
...find the substances he is investigating capable of being procured in well-defined crystals; and it may be taken as a general rule, to which there are few exceptions, that the solid objects of chemical research which possess the greatest points of interest are capable of assuming...
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The Operative surgery of malignant disease ...

Henry Trentham Butlin - 1900 - 426 pages
...individual case for operation, and of the prognosis of the disease or of the operation. It may be accepted as a general rule to which there are few exceptions that the slow-growing cancers are the most favourable for a radical operation, and that the quick-growing cancers...
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Eclectic Review, Volume 17, Issue 1

Medicine - 1914
...disease, there occur from time to time cases which present extraordinary malignancy. It may be accepted as a general rule to which there are few exceptions, that the slow growing carcinomas are the most favorable for a radical operation, and that the quick growing...
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