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- A dark gray complexion indicates prolonged stagnation of blood such as a consumptive disease with blood deficiency accompanied by menoplania or amenia.
- It can also be used as an auxiliary treatment for consumptive disease, asthma and diabetes.
- A fearless and ambitious entrepreneur named Nathan Cross moves with his consumptive wife and two sons to the little town of Defiance, Missouri in 1874.
- Woolsey, also consumptive, either miscarried or had to terminate each pregnancy for health reasons.
- His face, almost in profile, shows a high coloring that is close to feverish and no doubt reflects his consumptive state.
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- He sat behind a walnut desk and could treat every sickness you could name and plenty you couldn't; more impressively, he kept his consumptives alive each year.
- She performs abortions in secret, supports suffrage, and caters to consumptives and TB sufferers when few other boarding-house establishments will take them.
- But happily that doesn't mean that it or the hotel is full of spluttering Keatsian consumptives nor that the spa is especially clinical in feel.
- He puts his hand to his brow, in the manner of a tragic consumptive.
- This image, in turn, stood in stark opposition to that of the deformed, graceless, debilitated scoliotic girl and to that of the languid, listless, and useless conspicuous consumptive.