Whorton's work is particularly strong in its depiction of the ways in which those at the pinnacle of medical practice have altered their understanding of the causes, effects and, therefore, treatment of costive
He added that population and housing census is used to be conducted regularly every 10 years, because it is a complicated and costive
process, indicating that counting of one individual costs more than three dollars.
Another game that was well handled by referee Ian Shepherd was Brookfield against Mottram with Brookfield running out 4-2 winners in an exciting game after Ryan Bromilow, Ed Marley, Anthony McIntyre and Andrew Fielding scored for Brookfield with Adam Costive
and Mike Gorman scoring Mottram's goals.
The work has the brooding, vaguely costive
"look" of so many of the women of the Pre-Raphaelite circle, women who frequently leave you with the impression that a greater helping of roughage in their diet might have eased their strained outlook on life just a little.
and only the most costive
liberal or chickenhawk conservative could fail to be charmed by the Frost and maple syrup patriots of the Second Vermont Republic, which drips Vermontishness.
In Europe, the memory of warfare between the central states - all rich now and graying, and ill-suited to conquest -- rendered the possibility-domain of Europe's post-war, organizational visionaries, and now of her present, would-be constitutionalists costive
in its narrowness.
let him rub all the soles of his feete, and the heeles, and his ancles, with a mouse skinne, or if none of your people can catch a mouse, when hee goes to bed, let him rowle his feete in the warme embers, and I warrant you hee shall be well, and you may make him put his fingers betweene his toes and smell to them, it's very soveraigne for his head if he be costive
Humphreys and the Boults gave an absorbed account of Brahms' F minor Piano Quintet, but not even their devotion could disguise the fact that this is a costive
, laboured, chippy piece of work.