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the pill

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If you are ever asked about it," he said, in a confidential whisper, "the name is Wragge, and the Pill is to be had in neat boxes, price thirteen pence half-penny, government stamp included.
What is the pill which will keep us well, serene, contented?
Your notion of a humanity universally putting out the tongue and taking the pill from pole to pole at the bidding of a few solemn jokers is worthy of the prophet.
I believe the students would rather take the pills than study, and certainly the pills are a more effective method.
Seems to me the pills are a good thing," said Omby Amby, who remembered how it used to make his head ache as a boy to study arithmetic.
This paper the boy proceeded to unfold, taking care not to spill the pills, and found several lines clearly written in red ink.
exclaimed the Tin Woodman; "and since the powder proved a success we ought to have confidence in the pills.
Then the pills are of no use to us," wailed the Pumpkinhead; "and this fact overwhelms me with grief.
If we could use the pills at all we would make far better wishes than that.
said Aunt Plenty, bringing her spectacles to bear upon the pills, with a face so full of respectful interest that it was almost too much for Dr.
The casket passed around the table, but it was more to examine the admirable emerald than to see the pills that it passed from hand to hand.
The powders for the child, at the large house with the new family, and the pills to be taken four times a day at the ill- tempered old gentleman's with the gouty leg?
WOMEN who take newer brands of the Pill are almost twice as likely to be at risk of blood clots than those using older types, a new study by Midland researchers has found.
In a survey of 2,000 women who had switched pills, 28% said they did it because the pill made them feel depressed - the most common side effect.
To put your mind at rest, the pill does not have any effect on your ability to get pregnant in later life.