A vigorous, resolute Church Reader, in a frock-coat, was reading something in a loud voice with an expression that precluded any contradiction.
She did not contradict anything, but only made plans for their life in the town to which they were going.
They would not agree, and his wife would contradict him, and he would dispute and grow angry.
He began taking his medicine and following the doctor’s directions, which had been altered after the examination of the urine. but then it happened that there was a contradiction between the indications drawn from the examination of the urine and the symptoms that showed themselves.
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