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Smith

(smith),
David W., U.S. pediatrician, 1926-1981. See: Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome.

Smith

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Henry, Irish-born British military surgeon in India, 1862-1948. See: Smith operation, Smith-Indian operation.

Smith

(smith),
M.J.V., 20th-century U.S. urologist.

Smith

(smith),
Robert W., Irish surgeon, 1807-1873. See: Smith fracture.

Smith

(smith),
Theobald, U.S. pathologist, 1859-1934. See: Theobald Smith phenomenon.

Smith

(smith),
William R., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Smith-Riley syndrome.

Smith,

(origin unknown).
Smith-Boyce operation - see under Boyce, William H

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Beauty Smith strode into camp and stood over White Fang.
He saw Beauty Smith go away and return with a stout club.
If Smith had been in his right senses he would have been sensible of something wrong in my pace, but he was too drunk to notice.
Smith was flung off by my fall, and, owing to the speed I was going at, he must have fallen with great force.
Yes," said Mrs Smith more doubtingly, "sometimes it may, though I fear its lessons are not often in the elevated style you describe.
She sees nothing to blame in it," replied Anne; "on the contrary, she approves it, and has generally taken me when I have called on Mrs Smith.
Smith I believe was afraid of his daughter's quietness though of course he interpreted it in his own way.
Smith with a slight backward jerk of his small head at the footsteps on the other side of the skylight would insist in his awful, hopelessly gentle voice that he knew very well what he was saying.
Thus he learned that, after long persecutions, Smith reappeared in Illinois, and in 1839 founded a community at Nauvoo, on the Mississippi, numbering twenty-five thousand souls, of which he became mayor, chief justice, and general-in-chief; that he announced himself, in 1843, as a candidate for the Presidency of the United States; and that finally, being drawn into ambuscade at Carthage, he was thrown into prison, and assassinated by a band of men disguised in masks.
At that moment the first smith got up and, scratching his bruised face to make it bleed, shouted in a tearful voice: "Police
Smith shrugged his shoulders and helped himself to a cigarette.
Smith, to resist the temptation of returning here soon, and yet aware that by declining your invitation, by saying that he was going away for some time, he should seem to act an ungenerous, a suspicious part by our family, be might well be embarrassed and disturbed.