anaesthetics


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anaesthetics

(ˌænɪsˈθɛtɪks)
n
(Medicine) (functioning as singular) the science, study, and practice of anaesthesia and its application. US name: anesthesiology
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I never drew the cork till six months afterward, in a lonely camp, where, without anaesthetics, a doctor was compelled to operate on a man.
The smell of anaesthetics somehow reminded him of the library in the house at the corner of St.
I served as assistant while he probed and cleansed the passages made by the bullets, and I saw the two men endure his crude surgery without anaesthetics and with no more to uphold them than a stiff tumbler of whisky.
McCay knew Ella Wheeler Wilcox by heart, and could take Browning without anaesthetics.
The return to reality was as painful as the return to consciousness after taking an anaesthetic.
Although he belonged to Dag Daughtry just as much as if the steward possessed a chattel bill of sale of him, his owner did not know that his anaesthetic twist of ravaged nerves tokened the dread disease.
In this closet," she said, "one could keep a skeleton or anaesthetic or coal "
He is under the influence of a mild anaesthetic," Doctor Sarson explained.
He breathed in the water deeply, deliberately, after the manner of a man taking an anaesthetic.
In short, weighted by his seventy years, in the vast and silent loneliness of the North, Old Tarwater, as in the delirium of drug or anaesthetic, recovered within himself, the infantile mind of the child-man of the early world.
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