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picture,

n an image of the illness. The concept that a comprehensive consideration of an illness and the individual should be used to treat malaise. See also clinical picture, symptom picture, disease picture, and drug picture.
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At the extreme left end of the picture are a couple of women, one of them with a child looking over her shoulder at a wounded man sitting with bandaged head on the ground.
You're going for the picture while we're at dinner?
He's a terror to talk, you'll have no difficulty in keeping the ball rolling; but head him off his picture for all you're worth.
I was only going to ask if you had painted it yourself,' said I, sulkily resigning the picture into her hands; for without a grain of ceremony she took it from me; and quickly restoring it to the dark corner, with its face to the wall, placed the other against it as before, and then turned to me and laughed.
Picture and sculpture are the celebrations and festivities of form.
Men are not well pleased with the figure they make in their own imaginations, and they flee to art, and convey their better sense in an oratorio, a statue, or a picture.
His search through the various books convinced him that he had discovered all the different kinds of bugs most often repeated in combination, and these he arranged in proper order with great ease because of the frequency with which he had perused the fascinating alphabet picture book.
Baynes buried his face in his hands and rocked back and forth as the hideous picture of her fate burned itself into his consciousness.
Next day, the Princess watched the tunnel again in her Magic Picture, and every day afterward she devoted a few minutes to inspecting the work.
It would be almost worth while to wipe away the black surface of the canvas, since the original picture can hardly be so formidable as those which fancy paints instead of it.
But would it be possible," inquired her cousin, "to restore this dark picture to its pristine hues?
So you can't sell your picture, and you've lost your job, and your girl has shaken you?