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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.
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Such a poetry could not be permanently successful, because the subjects of which it treats -- if susceptible of poetic treatment at all -- were certainly not suited for epic treatment, where unity of action which will sustain interest, and to which each part should contribute, is absolutely necessary.
If he had been independent, this matter of a patient's treatment and the distinct rule that he must do or see done that which he believed best for the life committed to him, would have been the point on which he would have been the sturdiest.
The doctors said that she could not get on without medical treatment, so they kept her in the stifling atmosphere of the town, and the Rostovs did not move to the country that summer of 1812.
Sawyer, that a more unmanly, brutal treatment of a little pony it was never my painful lot to witness, and by giving way to such passion you injure your own character as much, nay more, than you injure your horse; and remember, we shall all have to be judged according to our works, whether they be toward man or toward beast.
To this spirit and treatment correspond the subjects of the ballads.
My experience with Woola determined me to attempt the experiment of kindness in my treatment of my thoats.
She dropped the water treatment and everything else, and pinned her faith to Pain-killer.
would be glad if you would call and undertake the treatment of her
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.
A minute ago, the boy had looked the quiet child, mild, dejected creature that harsh treatment had made him.
He had come from Switzerland, where he had just undergone a successful course of treatment for idiocy (SIC