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  • "Mare Nostrum," Jason explained.†   (source)
  • We will do what we can to speed you safely across the Atlantic without further interference from Keto's monsters, but be warned: in the ancient sea, the Mare Nostrum, more dangers await."†   (source)
  • Now they were in the middle of the open sea, completely on their own, sailing to the Mare Nostrum, where all the scary monsters and nasty giants had come from.†   (source)
  • Why didn't we send the Italian fleet to the bottom of Mare Nostrum?†   (source)
  • "~Dominum nostrum~," added Gossip Tourangeau, making the sign of the cross.†   (source)
  • Though, indeed, the vendor of a certain nostrum has vulgarized the truism to the very point of contempt.†   (source)
  • Shelves of soap-cartons, teething-rings, garden-seeds, and patent medicines in yellow "packages-nostrums" for consumption, for "women's diseases"—notorious mixtures of opium and alcohol, in the very shop to which her husband sent patients for the filling of prescriptions.†   (source)
  • "He wasted time at Hunziker's nostrum factory all right, and his title is 'Doctor,' not 'Professor,' if you MUST give him a—"†   (source)
  • He more than intimated that it was at his option to concoct a liquid that should prolong life for years, perhaps interminably; but that it would produce a discord in Nature which all the world, and chiefly the quaffer of the immortal nostrum, would find cause to curse.†   (source)
  • Chapter 7 -- The Mediterranean in Forty–Eight Hours THE MEDITERRANEAN, your ideal blue sea: to Greeks simply "the sea," to Hebrews "the great sea," to Romans mare nostrum.†   (source)
  • Finally, he had asked the patients as soon as he saw them, "Well, who has been cramming you with nostrums?†   (source)
  • Generally the village people went to Geillis Duncan for help, but there had been several patients from the village turning up of late in my dispensary, and the traffic in nostrums had been heavy.†   (source)
  • —Adiutorium nostrum in nomine Domini.†   (source)
  • And he laid his hands upon that he blessed and gave thanks and he prayed and they all with him prayed: —Deus, cuius verbo sanctificantur omnia, benedictionem tuam effunde super creaturas istas: et praesta ut quisquis eis secundum legem et voluntatem Tuam cum gratiarum actione usus fuerit per invocationem sanctissimi nominis Tui corporis sanitatem et animae tutelam Te auctore percipiat per Christum Dominum nostrum.†   (source)
  • If he must dispense his balm of Gilead in nostrums and apothegms of dubious taste to restore to health a generation of unfledged profligates let his practice consist better with the doctrines that now engross him.†   (source)
  • Containing infallible nostrums for procuring universal disesteem and hatred.†   (source)
  • Square was rejoiced to find this adventure was likely to have no worse conclusion; and as for Molly, being recovered from her confusion, she began at first to upbraid Square with having been the occasion of her loss of Jones; but that gentleman soon found the means of mitigating her anger, partly by caresses, and partly by a small nostrum from his purse, of wonderful and approved efficacy in purging off the ill humours of the mind, and in restoring it to a good temper.†   (source)
  • Nay, he would sometimes retire hither to take his beer, and it was not without difficulty that he was prevented from forcing Jones to take his beer too: for no quack ever held his nostrum to be a more general panacea than he did this; which, he said, had more virtue in it than was in all the physic in an apothecary's shop.†   (source)
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