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Represented by an Udjat tincture.
Which, with this tincture, for His sake,.
Can be used in tincture form or ointment.
Tincture has been recommended at an amount of 5–10 ml.
tincture of opiates, and various formulations and flavors of.
intoxicated by some mysterious tincture, could spell death in the.
flesh tincture was very appealing, being that of soft green with a.

Three to five millilitres of tincture can also be used three times.
controlled trial used a highly concentrated tincture of ginkgo leaf and found this.
When the bandages were wrapped, Arial gave me a bottle of morphia tincture for my pain.
Until…until Petran was killed, she would blend a potion or a tincture almost every day.
Weathers made them all have just one little tincture at his expense and promised to meet them later on at Mulligan's in Poolbeg Street.
It is fitting that people who rush with such ardour to the work of putting questions to men yet gasping from a narrow escape should have, I wouldn't say a tincture of technical information, but enough knowledge of the subject to direct the trend of their inquiry.
The reader will remember the great epidemic of croup which ravaged the river districts of the Seine in Paris thirty-five years ago, and of which science took advantage to make experiments on a grand scale as to the efficacy of inhalations of alum, so beneficially replaced at the present day by the external tincture of iodine.
Botolph's had certainly escaped the slightest tincture of the Pharisee, and by dint of admitting to himself that he was too much as other men were, he had become remarkably unlike them in this—that he could excuse others for thinking slightly of him, and could judge impartially of their conduct even when it told against him.
I had long since prepared my tincture; I purchased at once, from a firm of wholesale chemists, a large quantity of a particular salt which I knew, from my experiments, to be the last ingredient required; and late one accursed night, I compounded the elements, watched them boil and smoke together in the glass, and when the ebullition had subsided, with a strong glow of courage, drank off the potion.
First, Sweetheart, ye must ignore the major part o’ what ye hear, fer ’twill do ye as little Good ’gainst bein’ clapp’d or with Child as the Remedies o’ the Savage Women o’ Hungary that hang Hare Dung and Mule Hide o’er their Beds to secure Fruitlessness! Some will tell ye Willow Drink, or Tincture o’ Lead, or else Alum in the Privy Place, or Oil o’ Ether, or e’en Mint or Crocus introduced within, after the Act is done.
Paul wrote two letters to the Corinthians, recently converted from heathenism, who can imagine, except one who has a theory to obey, that these compositions were set forth in words which were employed in senses previously unknown to the readers at Corinth, Philippi, Athens, or Thessalonica? Granting that there would be some tincture of foreign idioms in the combination of their phrases, and admitting that there would be some new Hebraic phrases introduced from the usage of Greek-speaking Jews of Palestine or Alexandria, still it is evident that their ordinary expressions were, from the very tact that they were used by the apostles, judged by them to be intelligible Greek, so that none of the idioms were beyond the comprehension of an honest, religious, Greek-speaking man.

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She laid her glasses down on the book she had been reading and looked at them in amazement tinctured with something else.
Her hair had been lifted into a bun under the hat, hovering above a face pale with make-up, the cheeks rouged, the lips tinctured.
"You have no warranty for such an audacious doctrine, nor any covenant to support it," cried David who was deeply tinctured with the subtle distinctions which, in his time, and more especially in his province, had been drawn around the beautiful simplicity of revelation, by endeavoring to penetrate the awful mystery of the divine nature, supplying faith by self-sufficiency, and by consequence, involving those who reasoned from such human dogmas in absurdities and doubt; "your temple is reared on the sands, and the first tempest will wash away its foundation.
purpurea) flowers preserved with alcohol, and tinctures of Echinacea (E.
She had to go to town and purchase the alcohol needed for the medicinal tinctures.
She shoved her desires aside though and started collecting her herbs and tinctures.
The liquid (herbal tinctures) formulations are absorbed more rapidly (7-10 days) whereas the dry mixes will take about 2-3 weeks.
I wondered who had gotten, or would want, the barber chair, the liniments, the ointments, the lotions that used to color the mirrored wall with their tints and tinctures.

Synonyms for tincture

tincture shade tint tone shadow trace vestige impregnate infuse instill