| New Church gen. confer - 1877
...itself, Dr, Richardson fairly asks, if this supposition be ueally a true one, "Why do the germs after a **time cease to, multiply and allow the sick person...do they not go on multiplying until the person is** infested in every part and fatally smitte-n ) " It is then at least possible that the diseased conditions... | |
| ERNEST HART - 1877
...continue to multiply and increase by an independent action of their own — if this be indeed true, **why do the germs after a certain time cease to multiply...infected in every part and fatally stricken ? Who would** get well from a disease due to living self-propagating contagions ? Again, who, if the hypothesis were... | |
| 1877
...continue to multiply and inórense by an independent action of their own — if this be indeed true, **why do the germs after a certain time cease to multiply and allow the sick person to recover** P Why do they not go on multiplying until the person is infected in every part and fatally stricken... | |
| 1880
...continue to multiply and increase by an independent action of their own— if this be indeed true, **why do the germs after a certain time cease to multiply...recover? Why do they not go on multiplying until the** ] important that each case should be carefully sifted, and person is infected in every part and fatally... | |
| Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson - 1884 - 737 halaman
...continue to multiply and increase by an independent action of their own ; if this were indeed true, **why do the germs after a certain time cease to multiply...do they not go on multiplying until the person is** infested in every part and fatally stricken ? Who would get well from a disease due to living self-propagating... | |
| Farmers' Alliance - 1877
...action of their own— if this be indeed true, why do the germs after a certain time cease to mnltiply **and allow the sick person to recover? Why do they...person is infected in every part and fatally stricken** P Who wonld get well from a disease due to living self-propagating contagions P Again, who, if the... | |
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