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  • It was obvious the man had been deep within the drug’s rapture when he received this report, and had stopped only to take the antidote before rushing here.
  • And you will see that the antidote becomes a regular part of Hawat’s diet from this point on . unless I say otherwise.
  • And we will hold in reserve . the withdrawal of the antidote for the poison.
  • The antidote will not betray itself to a poison snooper.
  • We administer an antidote in his meals.
  • Without the antidote, the poison is triggered—he’d die in a few days.
  • "Withdraw the antidote," the Count said.
  • The antidote, yes.
  • RESIDUAL POISON: an innovation attributed to the Mentat Piter de Vries whereby the body is impregnated with a substance for which repeated antidotes must be administered.
  • But I’ll not yet withhold the antidote from him.
  • When we withdraw the antidote, death will sheathe him.
  • And he explained about the latent poison and need for an antidote.
  • Withdrawal of the antidote at any time brings death.

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  • Yeah, an antidote to the stupidity of dating.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory
  • But Andie was no longer the antidote to my nerves.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl

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