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  • dim; Till—like some 'airy angel—comes ole Jim. A cherub togged in sunburn an' a beard An' duds that shouted "'Ayseed!" fer a mile: Care took the
    329 bytes (24 words) - 04:28, 14 April 2013
  • corrosions (T20-T32) frostbite (T33-T34) insect bite or sting, venomous (T63.4) sunburn (L55.-) Note: This code is for use only when no documentation is available
    1 KB (110 words) - 00:04, 14 April 2011
  • The field of cornflower yellow is a scarf at the neck of the copper sunburned woman, the mother of the year, the taker of seeds. The northwest wind
    253 bytes (81 words) - 06:26, 23 April 2016
  • even though protected, as is the monkey's skin, and hence not subject to sunburn, the heat effect still remains and brings about the results of excessive
    854 bytes (27 words) - 23:44, 23 August 2015
  • with nerve action and metabolism as with sunburn. So far as the latter phenomenon is concerned, the worst sunburn the writer ever saw. . . and felt. . .
    831 bytes (35 words) - 08:05, 26 January 2014
  • Sunburn
    1 KB (207 words) - 13:09, 31 July 2012
  • THROUGH THE GATES OF THE EAST PART II: FLESHPOTS OF CALCUTTA PART III: THE SUNBURNED EARTH PART IV: THE LAND OF REGRETS This work is in the public
    911 bytes (139 words) - 05:43, 6 February 2016
  • a half-score battered chests, Sinking in the sucking quagmires to the sunburn on our breasts, Heaving over tree-trunks, gasping, damning at the flies
    3 KB (521 words) - 22:03, 2 February 2013
  • that he has eaten. It's about her. The blow has come. She has no use for sunburn, doesn't care for tan; she is going to marry a duke and the boy lieutenant
    7 KB (1,348 words) - 01:43, 8 July 2016
  • rest easy in the prairie arms, on the prairie heart. ●●● After the sunburn of the day handling a pitchfork at a hayrack, after the eggs and biscuit
    219 bytes (1,864 words) - 08:00, 23 April 2016
  • manner in which some of them had been set to music, received the reply, “Sunburn Nathan! Why do you always twit me with his Ebrew nasalities? Have I not
    321 bytes (1,474 words) - 17:38, 11 February 2013
  • weakness. What he saw seemed to affect him deeply, for he grew red under his sunburn, and stammered out: "But, Miss Royall, I assure you... I assure you...
    7 KB (1,397 words) - 09:12, 16 April 2012
  • they halted. Leatherneck needs no explanation. It obviously refers to the sunburn suffered by marines in the tropics. Hard-boiled seems to have originated
    7 KB (1,128 words) - 13:27, 15 April 2012
  • underlying disease. L55.0 Sunburn of first degree L55.1 Sunburn of second degree L55.2 Sunburn of third degree L55.9 Sunburn, unspecified Use additional
    87 KB (12,767 words) - 07:29, 7 November 2011
  • and powders his face carefully before a mirror, and is in great dread of sunburn. He powders his hands too, and polishes his nails, and never goes out without
    6 KB (1,147 words) - 11:24, 8 November 2012
  • good deal of bright color on the cheeks and especially on the lips. They sunburn very much, especially in the spring, when the glare of the sun is reflected
    733 bytes (37 words) - 10:59, 23 August 2015
  • Old Neighbors have at fences — It's time o' year for Hay. And Broad — Sunburned Acquaintance Discourse between the Toil — And laugh, a homely species
    905 bytes (125 words) - 01:27, 1 March 2013
  • exposure). Erythema - redness of the skins caused by chemical poisoning or sunburn (prolonged or repeated exposure). First, and possibly second degree burns
    6 KB (935 words) - 08:06, 9 May 2013
  • at heart of vague desire, She hideth in the yellow corn,      With sunburned Summer to respire. In August, wild Bacchante, she      Her bosom bares
    1 KB (126 words) - 12:30, 3 October 2009
  • he went by. And I turned, too. Never had I seen such lovely sunburn. He was all sunburn, of the sort a blond takes on when his skin does not peel. His
    26 KB (4,800 words) - 17:14, 16 April 2012

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