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The House of Mirth
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  • Over the counter she caught the eye of the clerk who had waited on her before, and slipped the prescription into his hand.
  • There could be no question about the prescription: it was a copy of one of Mrs. Hatch’s, obligingly furnished by that lady’s chemist.
  • The clerk had read the prescription without comment; but in the act of handing out the bottle he paused.
  • That was one of the reasons why she had turned again to Mrs. Hatch’s prescription.

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

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