The graduates of the University of Hard Knocks judge a physician as they judge a business man, not merely by his alleged ’high ideals’ but by the horsepower he puts into carrying them out—and making them pay!
He alleged that he was a licensed pharmacist but he so mangled prescriptions that Martin burst into the store and addressed him piously.
I tell you a plug G.P. may not have a lot of letters after his name, but he sees a slew of mysterious things that he can’t explain, and I swear I believe most of these damn’ alleged scientists could learn a whale of a lot from the plain country practitioners, let me tell you!
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She alleged that she was the victim of a crime.
He alleges that there is no real deficit reduction in the Deficit Reduction Bill.