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he exclaimed, ``he is a good youth, and my heart bleeds to see the gore trickle down his rich embroidered hacqueton, and his corslet of goodly price but to carry him to our house
For answer he put his hand on my shoulder, and said, with infinite tenderness, "Friend John, I pity your poor bleeding heart, and I love you the more because it does so bleed.
My heart bleed for that poor boy, that dear boy, so of the age of mine own boy had I been so blessed that he live, and with his hair and eyes the same.
said Montgomery, "you'll bleed and weep if you don't look out
It is very hot," said Athos, drawing his sword in its turn, "and yet I cannot take off my doublet; for I just now felt my wound begin to bleed again, and I should not like to annoy Monsieur with the sight of blood which he has not drawn from me himself.
After the women had gotten Robin Hood to the room beneath the eaves, the Prioress sent all of the others away; then, taking a little cord, she tied it tightly about Robin's arm, as though she were about to bleed him.
The surgeon assented to bleed her upon these conditions, and then proceeded to his operation, which he performed with as much dexterity as he had promised; and with as much quickness: for he took but little blood from her, saying, it was much safer to bleed again and again, than to take away too much at once.
This is the last thing you need in winter, so bleed your radiators straightaway to save on fuel and make your home warmer.
Significant numbers of patients who bleed from the gastrointestinal tract have been found through the use of new methods to test the stool for occult blood.
In some cases, internal hemorrhoids that have fallen outside of the anus (prolapsed), or that bleed too much, must be removed.
Upon removal of the biopsy specimen, the tumor began to bleed excessively.