, quoted in Associated Press report, 10 April 1923.
At her last appointment the oculist
said she was doing really well, both physically and psychologically," says the mum.
This violent event, in which hashish was thrown on fires, taverns were smashed, brothels torn down, and offenders severely punished,  shocked Ibn Daniyal (1248-1311), a Mosul-born Cairene oculist
and sometime entertainer known for his shadow plays and witty poetry.
While they threw up clouds of dust, quickly settled since the doctor's recent demise, piling up stools, oculist
eye testers, lenses, old books, in surroundings of mounting sobriety, he felt the oddest sense of homecoming, the scene flooding his mind with memories of his uncle Len whose house he remembered being emptied in just this style.
Eckleburg stare persistently over the ashheaps, their progenitor, "some wild wag of an oculist
[who] set them there to fatten his practice in the borough of Queens .
The theme of blindness has many varied expressions in the novel whose only overseer is a blind billboard deity in the form of the oculist
But the next day the pain was so intense I sought out an oculist
As Brown notes, parodists frequently derided modernism as an "astigmatism," its artists needing to visit "an oculist
," because it broke with the tradition of verisimilitude (138).
Nine central elements of the Large Glass were subsequently isolated: Glider, Waterwheel, Waterfall, Coffee Grinder, Sieves, Scissors, Oculist
Witness, Juggler, and Female.
These include requirements on dieticians and nutritionists, auctioneers, community planners, oculists
, school solicitors, immigration clerical assistants, and interior designers.
Modifying this dichotomy somewhat, Giladi notes that premodern biographical works occasionally mention female physicians in specialties other than midwifery, such as oculists