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treatment

1. the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc., to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. Films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc.
References in classic literature ?
sports' are extremely rare under nature, but far from rare under cultivation; and in this case we see that the treatment of the parent has affected a bud or offset, and not the ovules or pollen.
sports' support my view, that variability may be largely attributed to the ovules or pollen, or to both, having been affected by the treatment of the parent prior to the act of conception.
Not Malory but his age, also, is to blame for his sometimes hazy and puzzled treatment of the supernatural element in his material.
All her illness and treatment struck her as a thing so stupid, ludicrous even
It was as the ass and the lap-dog; yet surely the gentle ass whose intentions were affectionate, although his manners were rude, deserved better treatment than blows and execration.
I never hesitated in pursuing the treatment on which I had staked everything.
There is much that I might say," he went on, "about the merciless treatment of me by my own family, and the merciless enmity to which I have fallen a victim.
You still persist in your lowering treatment of this case of fever?
I persist in the treatment which is justified by my own professional experience," said Mr.
I warn you once more that the fever has turned to typhus, and that your treatment is responsible for this lamentable change.
He repeated the treatment every hour, being very determined with Mrs Bangham.
The collegian under treatment, after shaking hands, would occasionally stop to wrap up something in a bit of paper, and would come back again calling 'Hi