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  • Insistent(Definition of insistent)
  • Fatigue and loss of sleep deepened the dejection of mind that oppressed me with these insistent questions, and as i vainly struggled against it, carried me at last into the oblivion of dreamless slumber.

  • Encysted(Definition of encysted)
  • Puerperal fever, 984 definition, 984 frequency, 984 etiology, 1013 atmosphere, impure, influence on causation, 1013, 1014 malaria, nosocomial, influence on causation, 1013 micro-organisms, influence on causation, 1013-1015 lochial discharge, influence on causation, 1015 atmosphere, peculiar states of, on causation, 1016 direct inoculation, 1016 contagiousness of, 1017 contagion, physicians as carriers of, 1017 dissecting poison, 1018 self-inoculation, 1019 morbid anatomy, 985 spiegelberg's classification of puerperal inflammations, 986 endocolpitis and endometritis, 986 diphtheritic ulceration, 986 metritis and parametritis, 987 diphtheritic endometritis, 987 pelvic cellulitis, 988 cellulitis from specific infection, 988 peritonitis, pelvic and diffused, 988 exudation in, 989 general, 989 appearance of abdominal cavity, 989 ovaries, 989 phlebitis and phlebo-thrombosis, 989 thrombi in uterine and pelvic veins, 989 abscesses, 989 pulmonary, 989 veins, inflammation, 989 thrombi, growth, 990 septic�mia, 990 abscesses, metastatic, 990 endocarditis, ulcerative, 990 pleuritis, 990 joints, purulent inflammation, 990 earlier views concerning nature, 990 modern view concerning nature, 992 septic origin, 993-1003 bacteria, relation to causation, 994 koch's investigations of, 997 physical characters, 999 modes of entering the circulation, 1000 action of, upon the blood, 1000 diphtheria of genitalia, characters, 1002 relation of, to erysipelas, 1002 inflammatory affections of non-specific origin, 1003 symptoms, general, 1004 incubation period, 1004 chill, significance of, 1005 of endometritis and endocolpitis, 1005 temperature, 1005 parametritis and perimetritis, 1005 incubation, 1006 temperature, 1006 pulse, 1006 relapse, 1006 headache, 1007 pains, 1007 vomiting, 1007 duration, 1007 exudation, 1007 uterus fixity of, 1007 tumors in iliac fossa, 1008 abscesses, 1008 location, 1008 pointing of, 1008 local peritonitis, 1009 of psoas abscess, 1010 of peritonitis, general, 1010 pains, 1010 abdomen, state, 1010 respiration, 1010 vomiting, 1010 vomit, characters, 1010 fever, 1010 skin, 1010 pulse, 1010 py�mic form, 1011 of septic�mia lymphatica, 1011 mode of onset, 1011 temperature in, 1011 abdomen, state, 1011 skin, state, 1011 vomiting, 1011 tongue, condition, 1011 pulse, condition, 1011 respiration, 1012 pleurisy in, 1012 endocarditis, 1012 mental condition, 1012 joint affections in, 1012 duration, 1012 of septic�mia venosa, 1012 chills in, 1012 fever in, 1012 temperature in, 1012 pulse in, 1012 abdomen, state of, 1012 uterus in, 1012 of pure septic�mia, 1013 mortality, 1020 relation of, to zymotic diseases, 1020 prophylaxis, 1021 maternity hospitals, advantages, 1021 necessity of light and air, 1024 antisepsis, value, 1024 methods, 1025 sulphurous acid, use, 1025 corrosive sublimate, use, 1025 iodoform, use of, intra-uterine, 1025 vaginal injections, carbolized, use, 1025 tarnier's maternity pavilions for prevention, 1027 treatment-indications, 1028 disinfection, 1028 local, 1028 use of hydrochloric acid, 1028 persulphate of iron, 1028 intra-uterine injections, use, 1029 dangers of, 1029 methods, 1029 corrosive sublimate, use, 1025, 1029 pain, peritoneal, 1031 use of opium, 1031 in py�mic variety, 1031 leeches, 1031 turpentine stupes, 1032 hyperpyrexia, 1032 use of purgatives, 1032 quinia, 1032 sodium salicylate, 1032 veratrum viride, 1033 digitalis, 1033 alcohol, 1033 cold in, 1033 cold, method of applying, 1034 cold water, intra-uterine injections, 1034 baths, cold, use, 1034 kibbie's fever-cot, use, 1034, 1035 coil, 1036 diet, 1036 encysted peritoneal effusions, 1036 quinia, use, 1036 pelvic exudations, 1036 pelvic abscesses, 1036

  • Assisted
  • The queen hortense was always with her mother when she received the sovereigns, and assisted her in doing the honours of the house.

  • Unlisted(Definition of unlisted)
  • Unsifted(Definition of unsifted)
  • Infested
  • In the winter months, the malacca straits are most infested with them; and during the summer, the neighborhood of singapore, point rumania, and the channels in the vicinity.

  • Insists
  • 39 the different parts of the house quarrel and each insists on its importance.

  • Incited
  • Incited by this idea of paradise, which gratified at once the passion of revenge and that of intemperance, the ruling inclinations of barbarians, they despised the dangers of war, and increased their native ferocity against the vanquished by their religious prejudices.

  • Invested
  • Inserted
  • There was a slight scuffle before anna-felicitas was safely hoisted up into her berth, her legs hanging helplessly down for some time after the rest of her was in it, and anna-rose, who had already neatly inserted herself into her own berth, after watching these legs in silence and fighting a desire to give them a tug and see what would happen, had to get out at last on hearing anna-felicitas begin to make sounds up there as though she were choking, and push them up in after her.

  • Enlisted(Definition of enlisted)
  • Then it mentioned his mother and said she had come to ad's funeral, though she could not walk much now and had never been over to their side since the day after he-darby-had enlisted; but her father had told her as how he had killed the man as shot ad, and so she made out to come that far.

  • Instead(Definition of instead)
  • Unsuited
  • Insist(Definition of insist)
  • Nay, then, a thimbleful-i insist!

  • Insisted
  • She was very glad that she had insisted on keeping settimia in spite of marcello's remonstrances.

  • Insulted(Definition of insulted)
  • Instated
  • Incised(Definition of incised)
  • The memorial is of another william de tracy, rector here till his death in 1322. it is an elaborately sculptured altar-tomb, and bears the incised effigy of a priest; on the sides are figures of st catherine and st mary magdalene, to whom jointly the rector founded a chapel in his church.

  • Unassisted(Definition of unassisted)
  • Consisted
  • The family at thankful rest consisted of two people-joshua strong and his sister hepzibah.

  • Ingested
  • Many are also of opinion, and some learned men maintain, that men are lighter after meals then before, and that by a supply and addition of spirits obscuring the gross ponderosity of the aliment ingested; but the contrary hereof we have found in the trial of sundry persons in different sex and ages.