It is a mixed lot which enters upon the medical profession
, and naturally there are some who are lazy and reckless.
I date my first serious determination to throw over the medical profession
at the earliest convenient opportunity, from the second season's series of dinners at which my aspirations, as a rising physician, unavoidably and regularly condemned me to be present.
These anatomical allusions should be left to gentlemen of the medical profession
The greatest ass in the medical profession
(he informed me) has just been made a baronet; and his admiring friends have decided that he is to be painted at full length, with his bandy legs hidden under a gown, and his great globular eyes staring at the spectator--I'll get you the job.
The medical profession
thrives on two incurable diseases in these modern days--a He-disease and a She-disease.
Then he happened on a job to translate the advertisements of patent medicines which were sent broadcast to the medical profession
But I may venture to say, after conversing with many members of the medical profession
in America, that I am not singular in the opinion that much of the disease which does prevail, might be avoided, if a few common precautions were observed.
He not only terrified the company with such outbreaks as these, but, when the English side of him turned up in due course, he lost his foreign smoothness; and, getting on the subject of the medical profession
, said such downright things in ridicule of doctors, that he actually put good-humoured little Mr.
Bauerstein was saying yesterday that, owing to the general ignorance of the more uncommon poisons among the medical profession
, there were probably countless cases of poisoning quite unsuspected.
He had no ear for music himself, and never went to church, as being of the medical profession
, and likely to be in requisition for delicate cows.
But his strength failed him totally ere he had reached within four miles of the Temple-Court; racking pains shot along his back and through his limbs, and the excessive anguish which he felt at heart being now augmented by bodily suffering, he was rendered altogether incapable of proceeding farther than a small market-town, were dwelt a Jewish Rabbi of his tribe, eminent in the medical profession
, and to whom Isaac was well known.
Kenge with a tinge of melancholy in his smile, "one of those coincidences which may or may not require an explanation beyond our present limited faculties, that I have a cousin in the medical profession