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In the past, the English tried to impose a system wherever they went. They destroyed the nation's culture and one of the by- produ ...
... until now, it is a mentally isolated, a truely [sic] colonial position, which has been occupied by the women physicians of Ame ...
Lying very still and thinking very little is the most inexpensive medicine for all the sicknesses of the soul, and when administer ...
A cheerful heart is a good medicine, but a downcast spirit dries up the bones.
Good medicine is bitter to the taste.
Good medicine is bitter, but it cures illness.
The ties between gentle folk are as pure as water; the links between scoundrels are as thick as honey.
After you eat always take a walk, and you'll never have to go to a medicine shop.
The Apache have a legend that the coyote brought them fire and that the bear in his hibernations communes with the spirits of the ...
A crowd of ordinary decent folk
Watched from without and neither moved nor spoke
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