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" ... their laurels or hobbling about in the sunshine, eager to show the many relics and curiosities of the place. Those old soldiers who have no appetite to eat their allowance of food may claim money instead, and to those who have wooden legs their allowance... "
Paris in Old and Present Times: With Especial Reference to Changes in Its ... - Page 151
by Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1885 - 238 pages
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The Medical Times and Register, Volumes 33-34

Medicine - 1897
...instead, and to those who have wooden legs their allowance of shoe money is honestly refunded. The dome of the Invalides, by Mansard, is lustrous with abundant gilding and on a bright day shines over Paris with the most brilliant effect. Reflected against one of those cerulean...
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The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, Volume 77

Medicine - 1897
...instead, and to those who have wooden legs their allowance of shoe money is honestly refunded. The dome of the Invalides, by Mansard, is lustrous with abundant gilding, and on a bright day shines over Paris with the most brilliant effect Reflected against one of those cerulean...
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