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  • One of our boys—gorging his-self with vittles, and then turning in; that’s their way—got a abscess on him last week.
  • …now, how I came to hear about Yorkshire schools when I was a not very robust child, sitting in bye-places near Rochester Castle, with a head full of PARTRIDGE, STRAP, TOM PIPES, and SANCHO PANZA; but I know that my first impressions of them were picked up at that time, and that they were somehow or other connected with a suppurated abscess that some boy had come home with, in consequence of his Yorkshire guide, philosopher, and friend, having ripped it open with an inky pen-knife.

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  • The abscess left when she disappeared was still in his head—like an empty pool.
    James Dashner  --  The Scorch Trials
  • To the bombardiers, the walled city on its granite headland, drawing ever closer, looks like an unholy tooth, something black and dangerous, a final abscess to be lanced away.
    Anthony Doerr  --  All the Light We Cannot See

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