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  • 583536Q313093Herman BoerhaaveHermanBoerhaaveBoerhaave,_HermanHerman Boerhaave by J Champan.jpg16681738Dutch botanist, humanist and physician of European
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  • Leyden University on 17 May 1780; studied medicine and botany under Herman Boerhaave and Van Royen, and became the intimate friend of Linnaeus, whom he
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Boerhaave, Hermann 81356The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Boerhaave, Hermann Boerhaave (bōr' häv or bo͞or' hä-ve)
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  • the Hôtel-Dieu, and subsequently to Leyden, where he studied under Herman Boerhaave, and took his degree of M.D., but his name is omitted from the 'Album
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  • to the university of Leyden, where he attended the lectures of Dr. Herman Boerhaave, and was created M.D. on 10 Sept. 1737 (Album Studiosorum Acad. Lugd
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  • ‘Essai sur le Caractère du Grand Medecin, ou Eloge Critique de Mr. Herman Boerhaave,’ 8vo, Cologne, 1747. ‘Authentic Memoirs of the Life of Richard Mead
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Boerhaave, Hermann 17982921911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Boerhaave, Hermann BOERHAAVE, HERMANN (1668–1738), Dutch
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  • of one of your greatest men over a cobbler's stall! Boerhaave. If it were only Herman Boerhaave instead of Hendrick, it would be complete." Lambert knit
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  • of Four-footed Beasts and Serpents’ (1658). Haller in his notes on Herman Boerhaave's ‘Methodus Studii Medici’ praises the copiousness of the species described
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  • Hippocrates. In the eighteenth century: 5. The eclectic doctrines of Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738), of Holland ; he was preeminently a clinician, and in his
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  • of the mistaken authority of Galen. Heister was also an anatomist. Herman Boerhaave (1688-1738), born in Holland and educated at the University of Leyden
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  • Hypophyllocarpodendron of Boerhaave, it follows that here the genus is more limited, though its character is not peculiarly applicable to either of Boerhaave's genera
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  • student of medicine, attended the botany lectures of Paul Herman, and became acquainted with Boerhaave, then a young graduate and student of theology. The professor
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  • White-Jacket by Herman Melville Chapter XXII 122841White-Jacket — Chapter XXIIHerman Melville Besides the other tribulations connected with your
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  • to appear at puberty. In modern times even so great a physician as Boerhaave said that coitus is a "true epilepsy," and more recently Roubaud, Hammond
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