Joseph


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Jo·seph

(yō'sef),
Jacques, German surgeon, 1865-1934.

Joseph,

surname of one of the families studied in major descriptions of the disease.
Machado-Joseph disease - see under Machado
References in classic literature ?
Come, Joseph, be friends with Miss Sharp, and let us all go to dinner."
"There's a pillau, Joseph, just as you like it, and Papa has brought home the best turbot in Billingsgate."
Joseph needs some exercise -- he was getting too fat.
Eventually Joseph and Rusty accepted the situation and from sworn enemies became sworn friends.
I joined my wail to theirs, loud and bitter; but Joseph asked what we could be thinking of to roar in that way over a saint in heaven.
'My dear Sir Joseph!' said the lady, who was greatly younger than the gentleman.
'My lady Bowley,' returned Sir Joseph, floundering now and then, as in the great depth of his observations, 'at this season of the year we should think of--of--ourselves.
Joseph became rich, distinguished, powerful--as the Bible expresses it, "lord over all the land of Egypt." Joseph was the real king, the strength, the brain of the monarchy, though Pharaoh held the title.
After thirteen years of romantic mystery, the brethren who had wronged Joseph, came, strangers in a strange land, hungry and humble, to buy "a little food"; and being summoned to a palace, charged with crime, they beheld in its owner their wronged brother; they were trembling beggars--he, the lord of a mighty empire!
"He had his death's head and his dress-coat, just as when he appeared to Joseph Buquet!"
He had seen the ghost behind the Persian, THE GHOST WITH THE DEATH'S HEAD just like Joseph Buquet's description!"
Besides this, it will prove that their worthy friend, Joseph T.