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Mrs

A female surgeon in the UK who is married.
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I think two witnesses would be more lawful,' said Mrs.
It's never been acted up to yet, and, consequently, no good has come of it,' said Mrs Boffin.
Whether I shall introduce myself with the same formality,' said Mr Pluck--'whether I shall say myself that my name is Pluck, or whether I shall ask my friend Pyke (who being now regularly introduced, is competent to the office) to state for me, Mrs Nickleby, that my name is Pluck; whether I shall claim your acquaintance on the plain ground of the strong interest I take in your welfare, or whether I shall make myself known to you as the friend of Sir Mulberry Hawk-- these, Mrs Nickleby, are considerations which I leave to you to determine.
PICKERING [indulgently, being rather bored] Oh, that will be all right, Mrs.
To Mrs Merdle, Mrs Gowan repaired on a visit of self-condolence, after having given the gracious consent aforesaid.
This medicine had an extraordinary effect on Anne, and the good results of it were helped by the assurance Mrs.
Yes, ma'am,' returned Bitzer, with a demonstration of great respect for Mrs.
I don't wish to seem to interfere for a moment, Mrs.
Crux had been started by herself, and that her master had found no opportunity and shown no inclination to inform the family at North Shingles that he had accepted her proposal, Mrs.
The mistake--if a mistake it was--had however been committed; and, wrong or right, she was not disposed to occupy the subordinate position which Mrs.
But `worse' can never mean finding out that your husband is fit for Newgate," said Mrs.
And are you going to any of our country houses before you leave England, Mrs.