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That depends upon many things," the doctor replied.
Oh, of course," interrupted the man, sharply, all the old bitterness coming back to his voice; "I can be glad, too, for all the rest, I suppose--the nurse, and the doctor, and that confounded woman in the kitchen
But, you know, there are always moral, spiritual causes at the back in these cases," the family doctor permitted himself to interpolate with a subtle smile.
One by one the mind of Doctor Reefy had made the thoughts.
Wickfield, 'if Doctor Watts knew mankind, he might have written, with as much truth, "Satan finds some mischief still, for busy hands to do.
It's a fine doctor would have his parlor full of hedgehogs and mice
That comes--as you call it--of being arrant asses," retorted the doctor, "and not having sense enough to know honest air from poison, and the dry land from a vile, pestiferous slough.
de Villefort," replied the doctor, with increased vehemence, "there are occasions when I dispense with all foolish human circumspection.
On this the servants looked terribly uneasy, and made a sign to the doctor that they wished him to step outside for a moment.
The doctor experienced some difficulty in guiding his course; he was afraid of being carried toward the east, but, fortunately, a current bore him directly toward the north, and at six o'clock in the evening the balloon alighted on a small desert island in thirty minutes south latitude, and thirty-two degrees fifty-two minutes east longitude, about twenty miles from the shore.
Doctor South was standing in the dining-room with his back to the fireplace.
I can't tear myself to pieces," the doctor was saying.
The doctor had dismissed his boy a week ago, from sheer inability to pay his modest wages, and he did not hesitate for a moment about opening the door himself.
After several such experiences, he had investigated and decided that Kwaque was sufficiently sick to require a doctor.
MY first few days' experience in my new position satisfied me that Doctor Dulcifer preserved himself from betrayal by a system of surveillance worthy of the very worst days of the Holy Inquisition itself.