Marginal fit of electroformed copings before and after the coction
of the porcelain.
The coction, that is, the boiling and confection, of the holy chrism was a prolonged and involved activity, mixing various fragrances into the olive oil.
(38) George Wagner gave the fifteenth century as the earliest textual witness to the coction of the myron on Holy Thursday at Constantinople.
Lois' boss Perry White (Fishburne) shuts down her story as a conA[degrees] coction
of her hallucinations, but that does not fetter her as she tracks down Clark to the Kent farm.
The most central of these is its role in 'coction
'--the cooking or ripening of one substance into another.
A The act of boiling B The covering of a larva C A mixture of poisonous substances who am I?
that, bubble together, intermingle, and disaggregate in a single social coction
" (Ortiz, Revista bimestre cubana, cited in Suarez 1996:11).
Verdict: The small pot of nappy salve is a strange con- coction
that melts in your fingers as you scoop it out of the pot, but it feels lovely and light on baby.
It is at this stage that fever should occur and fever (also called "coction
" by Hegel, with all its significance for digestion) is the pharmakos: "Since the particular morbid affection has become an affection of the whole, this disease of the whole organism is itself at the same time a cure" (434).