The International Dental Journal, Volume 26

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International Dental Publication Company, 1905

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Page 770 - to mourn his loss; therefore, be it Resolved, That we extend to the family of our departed brother our sincere sympathy in this hour of their bereavement; and be it further Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Association, and a copy sent to his family.
Page 644 - I swear by Apollo the physician, and ^Esculapius, and Health, and All-heal, and all the gods and goddesses, that, according to my ability and judgment, I will keep this Oath and this stipulation—to reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents, to share my substance with him, and relieve his necessities if required; to look upon his
Page 164 - them. And this is not to be accomplished by desultory or intermittent efforts of the will, but by the formation of habits. The will, no doubt, has sometimes to put forth its strength in order to strangle or crush the special temptation. But the formation of right habits is essential to your
Page 773 - Congrès; pour les communications diverses et discussions, le Comité exécutif se réserve tout droit d'examen. Le temps assigné à chaque communication ne pourra pas dépasser quinze minutes, et les orateurs qui prendront part à la discussion ne pourront parler plus de cinq minutes chacun. Les auteurs des rapports et communications auront dix minutes pour leur réponse générale.
Page 774 - langue française est la langue officielle du Congrès pour les relations internationales. Dans les assemblées générales ainsi que dans les sections, les langues allemande, anglaise et française pourront être employées. Dans les sections on pourra faire usage d'une autre langue, pourvu qu'un des membres présents en fasse la traduction immédiate dans une des langues permises.
Page 725 - It has been said that some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. But
Page 586 - academies in the United States requires for admission only some knowledge of common school arithmetic, writing, spelling, and the elements of English grammar, and that the average age of pupils on entering is sixteen and one-half years. At this age the French
Page 734 - we all share. The higher the level on which professional specialization begins, the more effective it is. And, again, " the higher the profession, the more nearly is the whole man working in every act, and the more, therefore, is a broad general education necessary."

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