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medical jargon An acronym for "protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation," advice given for the home treatment of minor injuries such as sprains or strains. The doctor examined my ankle. Thankfully, I shouldn't need surgery or medication, just PRICE.
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Little did she understand the artifices of the selfish and calculating, one of the most familiar of their frauds being to conceal from the skillful their own success, lest it should command a price in proportion to its claims.
"It's the best school in Paris," said Miss Price. "It's the only one where they take art seriously."
"Should art be taken seriously?" the young man asked; and since Miss Price replied only with a scornful shrug, he added: "But the point is, all schools are bad.
Miss Price, who is cultured, will remember the Latin of that."
"Miss Price dislikes me because I have humour," said Clutton, looking meditatively at his canvas, "but she detests me because I have genius."
'That's right,' whispered Miss Price, 'say something kind to her, and she'll soon come round.
'Well,' said Miss Price, beckoning him aside, and speaking with some degree of contempt--'you ARE a one to keep company.'
'No, nor I neither," rejoined Miss Price; 'but men are always fickle, and always were, and always will be; that I can make out, very easily.'
'Oh no, I think nothing at all,' retorted Miss Price, pettishly.
He would accept nothing less than par price. The air in his sitting room grew thick with curses and tobacco smoke.
Price, and creditable to ourselves, we must secure to the child, or consider ourselves engaged to secure to her hereafter, as circumstances may arise, the provision of a gentlewoman, if no such establishment should offer as you are so sanguine in expecting."
Price seemed rather surprised that a girl should be fixed on, when she had so many fine boys, but accepted the offer most thankfully, assuring them of her daughter's being a very well-disposed, good-humoured girl, and trusting they would never have cause to throw her off.
'You'd hardly think, would you now,' said Price, turning towards Mr.
'Chances be d--d,' replied Price; 'he hasn't half the ghost of one.
Price to the attendant, who in dress and general appearance looked something between a bankrupt glazier, and a drover in a state of insolvency; 'and a glass of brandy-and-water, Crookey, d'ye hear?