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Ro·ger

(rō-zhā'), Avoid the incorrect forms Rogers and Rogers'.
Henri L., French physician, 1809-1891. See: Roger disease, Roger murmur, bruit de Roger, maladie de Roger.

Ro·ger

(rō-zhā'), Avoid the incorrect forms Rogers and Rogers'.
Georges Henri, French physiologist, 1860-1946. See: Roger reflex.
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Yea, truly," replied Roger Williams; "for the Governor consulted, respecting this matter, with my brethren in the ministry at Boston; and my opinion was likewise asked.
Tell my daughter," said Roger Malvin, "that, though yourself sore wounded, and weak, and weary, you led my tottering footsteps many a mile, and left me only at my earnest entreaty, because I would not have your blood upon my soul.
The customs of the provostship and the viscomty had not yet been worked over by President Thibaut Baillet, and by Roger Barmne, the king's advocate; they had not been obstructed, at that time, by that lofty hedge of quibbles and procedures, which the two jurisconsults planted there at the beginning of the sixteenth century.
Roger Wolcott, then Governor of Massachusetts, was the presiding officer, and on the platform with him were many other officials and hundreds of distinguished men.
Roger laughs at me,' and there was a momentary bitterness in the little eerie face; 'but how can one live without hobbies?
I am James Hook," replied the voice, "captain of the JOLLY ROGER.
You may bring me his head upon a golden dish, Roger de Conde.
All very well, Roger Harcomb," cried a burly, bull-necked young man, whose square shoulders and massive limbs told of exceptional personal strength.
Spectator, the chief member of the Club was Sir Roger de Coverley.
Uncle Roger says the Daily Enterprise has gone to the dogs--all the news it prints is that some old woman has put a shawl on her head and gone across the road to have tea with another old woman.
The truth is, as the sagacious Sir Roger L'Estrange observes, in his deep reflections, that, "if we shut Nature out at the door, she will come in at the window; and that puss, though a madam, will be a mouser still.
Till it poured down like rain,' said Roger Riderhood.