She has performed some perfectly wonderful cures."
Two or three individuals hinted that the man of skill, during his Indian captivity, had enlarged his medical attainments by joining in the incantations of the savage priests, who were universally acknowledged to be powerful enchanters, often performing seemingly miraculous cures by their skill in the black art.
Duke Theseus, with all his busy cure, care *Casteth about*, where that the sepulture deliberatesOf good Arcite may best y-maked be,And eke most honourable in his degree.
DEAD DOG NO CURE.
Here is a recipe which I recommend: I have found it to work an excellentcure for extravagance, and especially for mistaken economy: When youfind that you have no surplus at the end of the year, and yet have agood income, I advise you to take a few sheets of paper and form theminto a book and mark down every item of expenditure.
Relief is notcomplete cure, and may proceed from different causes.
I will assist you, and convey you where you shall not only have all possible care taken of you, but where you will find a speedy cure: rise, and let one of my people take you behind him."
There were long arguments and appeals, breakfast and dinner, or Sunday dinners at Myrtle's apartment, arguments with Bangs and Myrtle concerning every phase of the Science teaching, some visits to the Wednesday experience and testimony meetings of their church, at which Eugene heard statements concerning marvelous cures which he could scarcely believe, and so on.
As physicians and chirurgeons have always their instruments ready at hand for all sudden cures; so have thou always thy dogmata in a readiness for the knowledge of things, both divine and human: and whatsoever thou dost, even in the smallest things that thou dost, thou must ever remember that mutual relation, and connection that is between these two things divine, and things human.
We shall keep our readers informed as to the successive phases of this remarkable cure.’”
“But, besides real diseases, we are subject to many that are onlyimaginary, for which the physicians have invented imaginary cures;these have their several names, and so have the drugs that areproper for them; and with these our female Yahoos are alwaysinfested.
There is no known cure.
Healings ordinarily take place through the saint's knowledge of various methods of instantaneous cure in which no hurt to the spiritual healer is involved.
Thou fallest as it were a sticked swine; Thy tongue is lost, and all thine honest cure; care For drunkenness is very sepulture tomb Of manne’s wit and his discretion.
When I had all this folk behold,And found me *loose, and not y-hold, at liberty and unrestrained*And I had mused longe whileUpon these walles of beryle,That shone lighter than any glass,And made well more than it was *much greater To seemen ev’rything, y-wis,As kindly* thing of Fame it is; <48> *natural I gan forth roam until I fand found The castle-gate on my right hand,Which all so well y-carven was,That never such another n’as; was not And yet it was by Adventure chance Y-wrought, and not by *subtile cure.
Large numbers of cases of attempted cure by hypnotism, successful and unsuccessful, might be quoted.
The only effectual cure for such inveteracies as these tails exhibit is to make glue of them, which I believe is what is usually done with them, and then they will stay put and stick.
Could it be simply to conceal it from me, knowing that my convictions are opposed to yours and that I do not approve of private benevolence, which effects no radical cure?
I mean this: When a carpenter is ill he asks the physician for a rough and ready cure; an emetic or a purge or a cautery or the knife,--these are his remedies.
The instant cure of most of our religious ills would be to enter the Presence in spiritual experience, to become suddenly aware that we are in God and that God is in us.
He first applied to Hercules; and holding the neck of the bottle in close proximity to his lips, earnestly exhorted him to try the infallible remedy of absorption, assuring him that it was a sovereign cure for his ailment in particular, as well as for nearly every other ill in this sublunary state of existence.
CANTO XXXIIIHIS jaws uplifting from their fell repast, That sinner wip’d them on the hairs o’ th’ head, Which he behind had mangled, then began: “Thy will obeying, I call up afresh Sorrow past cure, which but to think of wrings My heart, or ere I tell on’t.
The public and the jury, of course, were leftwith a grain of doubt in their minds as to the evidence of a man whomight, while undergoing a certain cure, have seen “the gates ofheaven,” and who did not even know what year he was living in.
As at Lourdes and St. Anne de Beau Pré and other miracle-working centres, where hope and desire and religious enthusiasm for the efficacious intervention of a superior and non-malicious force intervenes, there had occurred in her case an actual cure from a very difficult and complicated physical ailment.