trachelopanus

trach·e·lo·pa·nus

(trak'ĕ-lō-pā'nŭs),
1. Swelling of the lymphatic vessels of the neck.
2. Lymphatic engorgement of the cervix uteri.
[trachelo- + L. panus, tumor, swelling]
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WELL, pretty soon the old man was up and around again, and then he went for Judge Thatcher in the courts to make him give up that money, and he went for me, too, for not stopping school.
Whenever his liquor begun to work he most always went for the govment.
After this nothing considerable offering for a good while, I began to think that I must give over the trade in earnest; but my governess, who was not willing to lose me, and expected great things of me, brought me one day into company with a young woman and a fellow that went for her husband, though as it appeared afterwards, she was not his wife, but they were partners, it seems, in the trade they carried on, and partners in something else.