morphia


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morphia

(môr′fē-ə)
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4) That decision is one that conditions her artworks up through and beyond VULVA'S MORPHIA.
Kaolin and Morph, a mixture of Kaolin and tincture of Morphia, which quietens the bowels and eases any pain.
Thus Paul's overdosing of his mother with morphia pills is the ultimate sacrificial act--one that privileges death over life as a means of ending her pain and the crippling bond of love that unites them.
16) 'The Morphia Habit and its Treatment', Journal of Mental Science, XXXIV (April, 1888), p.
These morphia derivatives often block the lower intestinal tract, causing severe constipation that may require hospitalization.
In Jamaican experience, morphia or its derivatives are rarely used or necessary.
The tension builds as Graves casts about for a way to get past the giant animal and at last remembers "some morphia that I bought on leave" (1.
That a common coarse-featured woman might drink morphia and be sent to gaol for it, while I am saved and sent to visit her--and all because I am a lady?
and Diana went to bed, and we went to their room and all had an injection of morphia.