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morphia

(môr′fē-ə)
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158 pushes this work inward toward the author, and the biologically performed and theorized self-telling aspects of VULVA'S MORPHIA are this essay's main focus.
Fight in our fortress: are conquered: I have my morphia in pocket.
On the abuse of hypodermic injections of morphia. The Practitioner, 5, 327-331.
The headlines terrified Hollywood producers, some of whom had caused Reid's addiction by putting him on morphia after he was injured on location.
Encased in glass and mounted atop freestanding tables, Morphia, 2008-2009, appeared like so many specters coming in and out of focus.
"I prescribed a very old-fashioned medicine known as Mist.Kaolin and Morph, a mixture of Kaolin and tincture of Morphia, which quietens the bowels and eases any pain.
Thus Paul's overdosing of his mother with morphia pills is the ultimate sacrificial act--one that privileges death over life as a means of ending her pain and the crippling bond of love that unites them.
In 1878, the narcotics specialist Dr Eduard Levinstein, superintendent of the asylum at Schoneberg, published Die Morphiumsucht nach Eigenen Beobacthungen (Morbid Cravings for Morphia), in which he warned that doctors who taught patients to inject themselves with morphine were 'the originators and propagators' of drug addiction.
These morphia derivatives often block the lower intestinal tract, causing severe constipation that may require hospitalization.
A four-year-old boy, with trismus, opisthotonus and spasms received anti-tetanic serum; chloral 5 gr, potassium bromide 5 gr, three hourly; morphia; brandy.
Russian sellers are bringing titles to Cannes including "Hipsters," "Traas Bulba," "By the Will of Genghis Khan," "Morphia" and "Hitler Goes Kaput."
For Gawd's sake gimme somefing to stop the pain." There was no morphia. That was the horror.