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" ... and thereby lessening his consciousness of impressions, whether from cold, or heat, or weariness, or pain. In other words, the presence of the alcohol has not in any degree lessened the effects of the evils to which he is exposed, but has diminished... "
The Poison Problem; Or, The Cause and Cure of Intemperance - Page 85
by Felix Leopold Oswald - 1887 - 138 pages
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The Pharmacist, Volume 8

Pharmacy - 1875
...impressions, whether from cold, or heat, or weariness, or pain. In other words, the presence of the alcohol has not in any degree lessened the effects...diminution of nerve sensibility, that gives it the fascinating and delusive power over the human race, which it has wielded so ruinously for centuries...
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Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, Volume 13

Medicine - 1893
...whether from heat, or cold, or weariness, or pain. In other words the presence of the alcohol has not yet in any degree lessened the effects of the evils to...concerning the degree of their action upon him." "It is the diminution of nerve sensibility that renders the individual first light, airy and hilarious, giving...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 10

1890
...other words, the presence of the alcohol has not yet in any degree lessened the effects of the evil to which he is exposed, but has diminished his consciousness...his judgment concerning the degree of their action on him. " It is the diminution of nerve sensibility that renders the individual, first, light, airy...
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Transactions of the Texas State Medical Association, Volume 22

Medicine - 1890
...other words, the presence of the alcohol has not yet in any degree lessened the effects of the evil to which he is exposed, but has diminished his consciousness...his judgment concerning the degree of their action on him. "It is the diminution of nerve sensibility that renders the individual, first, light, airy...
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Medical Examiner, Volume 16

1875
...impressions, whether from cold, or heat, or weariness, or pain. In other words, the presence of the alcohol has not in any degree lessened the effects...diminution of nerve sensibility, that gives it the fascinating and delusive power over the human race, which it has wielded so ruinously for centuries...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 10, Issue 11

Medicine - 1890
...other words, the presence of the alcohol has not yet in any degree lessened the effects of the evil to which he is exposed, but has diminished his consciousness...thereby impaired his judgment concerning the degree of th eir action on him. " It is the diminution of nerve sensibility that renders the individual, first,...
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