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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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So vividly is noise suggested, that spectators who become absorbed in the picture almost always fall to shouting comments in each other's ears, making ear-trumpets of their curved hands, fearing they may not otherwise be heard.
You hate The Sheik and so you will not tell him, for if you do I will tell him of the picture.
I know very little about pictures or now they are painted.
Annette belonged to that large section of the public which likes or dislikes a picture according to whether its subject happens to please or displease them.
The bands played, and so did the fountains; the moon and the gas lamps lit up the scene, and altogether it was a brilliant and an animated picture.
He did not accomplish it in a day, or in a week, or in a month, or in a year; but slowly, very slowly, he learned after he had grasped the possibilities which lay in those little bugs, so that by the time he was fifteen he knew the various combinations of letters which stood for every pictured figure in the little primer and in one or two of the picture books.
I like looking at that picture," muttered Rogojin, not noticing, apparently, that the prince had not answered his question.
The man's hand was on the cap, and the picture might be taken any moment.
Not at all: the result of the struggle is the same thing-- picture or no picture--logically.
I don't exactly know (he has been dead so long) how many pictures he turned out, from first to last; but we will say, for the sake of argument, five hundred.
You have painted many pictures in the telling," I said.
We were all perfectly satisfied with his performance; but an unfortunate circumstance had not occurred until the picture was finished, which now struck us with dismay.