Physick

Phys·ick

(fiz'ĭk),
Philip Syng, U.S. surgeon, 1768-1837. See: Physick pouches.
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Robert Physick is alleged to have confronted a 20-year-old with a blade in Waltham Road, at around 2am on April 19.
In just one page of one essay in Patrick Maddens new collection Sublime Physick, the author chisels away at a block quote of Nietzsche, lines from Dante as translated by Longfellow, a verse from the Psalms, and a remark from Solon, the Greek reformer who reprimands Croesus in book one of Herodotus's Histories.
Philip Physick, the so called father of modern surgery, developed a sturdier absorbable suture made from buck skin.
A Catalogue of choice English books: consisting of divinity, physick, history, travels, romances, vol.
Gill Physick, children's services manager at Action for Children, said: "Our families were delighted with the surprise delivery of Easter eggs.
Thomas Willis, in his Practice of Physick, gives a similarly positive description of these vigorous movements of the blood girls experience "about the time of ripe age":
Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physick containing the heroick deeds of Pantagruel the son of Gargantua.
As Recorde stated in the book's preface, "urine and pulse are so necessary that without them, all knowledge of physick is doubtful, obscure and uncertain".
Drawing upon the medical science of his day, Wesley equipped his itinerant preachers with a medical self-help book, The Primitive Physick (Wesley, 1747/1992), so that rich and poor alike, would have access to practical health care information.
Day two will include a tour of the Victorian side of Cape May, with a guided tour through the Emlen Physick Estate, a visit to the Carriage House Art Gallery on the Estate grounds, a view of Cape May Lighthouse and learning about Cape May diamonds that can be found on the beach.
Four years after her novel, The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, Howe once again brings readers into the Salem Witch Trials era.
Already by 1715 Frederick Slare, a Fellow of the Royal Society in London, had published the conclusions of his research on the bezoar in which he had invested significant amounts of time and money: Experiments and Observations upon Oriental and Other Bezoar-Stones Which Prove Them to Be of No Use in Physick.