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  • Dentition(Definition of dentition)
  • There is, however, one form of real neuralgic headache which is by no means rare in children after the commencement of the second dentition, and which sometimes goes on into early manhood or womanhood, when it becomes what is commonly known as sick headache.

  • Dilation(Definition of dilation)
  • This was done on the supposition that, when the balloon rose high, the hydrogen being rarefied would compress the little globe within, and press out of it a quantity of ordinary air equal to the amount of its dilation.

  • Diction(Definition of diction)
  • Even lucretius, whose diction, more than that of most poets, produces the impression of being the immediate creation of his own mind, has described outward objects, and clothed his thoughts, in language borrowed from homer, empedocles, and euripides.

  • Partition(Definition of partition)
  • This partition of africa brought revision of the ideas of negro uplift.

  • Citation(Definition of citation)
  • For this "gallant conduct at chapultepec," as the official citation read, grant won his brevet of captain.

  • Dietitian
  • Her peculiar equipment, if she is a good homemaker, is a round of experience and a bent of mind which make it possible for her to cooeperate intelligently with the dietitian, the trained nurse, the sanitarian, the thomas orchestra, mr. devine, mr. stevenson, and the various other representatives of the various other specialized techniques of the outside world.

  • Dietitians
  • Answer, $10. applying this conservative estimate of dietitians to other foods, the average family might save at least $100 a year on its table.

  • Dilatation(Definition of dilatation)
  • As the lumen of the gullet becomes narrower, the food materials accumulate above the obstruction, and the consequent dilatation of the gullet above the stricture accounts for the large amount that may be regurgitated and for the patient describing it as vomiting.

  • Tradition(Definition of tradition)
  • The 'varsity' was proud of him, as they had never been proud of a captain before, because he upheld every tradition of manliness and manhood at its best.

  • Division(Definition of division)
  • Part of this division gained the orchard of la haye sainte, and attacked the farm buildings on all sides.

  • Distortion(Definition of distortion)
  • If we accept the principle that only goodness is fundamental and evil a distortion of nature, we need have no fear about cultivating individuals.

  • Petition(Definition of petition)
  • On the morning appointed for the start a little longer time than usual was spent in prayer together, a special petition being offered that our heavenly father would keep us under his protection, and bring us safely home again.

  • Dictation(Definition of dictation)
  • In 1773 he was elected to the assembly of his province and was one of the members who conducted the impeachment of peter oliver, then chief justice, who was accused of acting under the dictation of the king instead of the assembly.

  • Dilution(Definition of dilution)
  • Naf but its activity is suspended in saturated salt solutions, sugar or glycerine, and it may be preserved in this way, its activity returning on dilution.

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