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prescribe
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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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  • In the evening I found myself very feverish, and went in to bed; but, having read somewhere that cold water drank plentifully was good for a fever, I follow’d the prescription, sweat plentiful most of the night, my fever left me, and in the morning, crossing the ferry, I proceeded on my journey on foot, having fifty miles to Burlington, where I was told I should find boats that would carry me the rest of the way to Philadelphia.

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  • The doctor prescribed an antibiotic for the infection.
  • The doctor wrote a prescription for an antibiotic.

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