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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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Then it was that Beauty Smith had talk with him again about the sale of White Fang; but this time the price offered was in bottles, not dollars, and Grey Beaver's ears were more eager to hear.
"You ketch um dog," were Beauty Smith's words to Grey Beaver.
Smith!" but he answered angrily with an oath; and almost before he was out of the town he began to gallop, frequently giving me a sharp cut with his whip, though I was going at full speed.
There had been a time, Mrs Smith told her, when her spirits had nearly failed.
She lived for four years with the Smiths. New Barns is an isolated farmhouse a mile away from the road, and she was content to look day after day at the same fields, hollows, rises; at the trees and the hedgerows; at the faces of the four men about the farm, always the same--day after day, month after month, year after year.
Smith who, however, was simple enough in his way, with that terrible simplicity of the fixed idea, for which there is also another name men pronounce with dread and aversion.
But this did not disconcert the enthusiast, who proceeded with the story of Joseph Smith's bankruptcy in 1837, and how his ruined creditors gave him a coat of tar and feathers; his reappearance some years afterwards, more honourable and honoured than ever, at Independence, Missouri, the chief of a flourishing colony of three thousand disciples, and his pursuit thence by outraged Gentiles, and retirement into the Far West.
At that moment the first smith got up and, scratching his bruised face to make it bleed, shouted in a tearful voice: "Police!
Smith continued, "of the present position of your fleet.
Smith. I am going down the river; and if I should see anything of the Aurora I shall let him know that you are uneasy.
Smith suspects his regard for Marianne, disapproves of it, (perhaps because she has other views for him,) and on that account is eager to get him away;-- and that the business which she sends him off to transact is invented as an excuse to dismiss him.
The happiness of Miss Smith was quite equal to her intentions.