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" I could not feel any pulsation at the wrist, though the temperature of the body was much above the natural standard of health. The legs and arms being extended, and the eyelids raised, the former were well rubbed, and a little ghee was applied to the... "
A Treatise on the Yoga Philosophy - Page 56
by N. C. Paul - 1851 - 62 pages
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The Court and Camp of Runjeet Sing

Lord William Godolphin Osborne - India - 1840 - 236 pages
...eyelids raised, the former were well rubbed, and a little ghee applied to the latter ; the eyeballs presented a dimmed, suffused appearance, like those...efforts to speak, and at length uttered a few words, but in a tone so low and feeble as to render them inaudible. By and by his speech was re-established,...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Volume 1; Volumes 3-4

Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1845
...former were well rubbed, and a little ghee was applied to the latter ; the eyeballs presented a dim suffused appearance, like those of a corpse. The man...returning animation; the pulse became perceptible at tho wrist, whilst the unnatural temperature of tho body rapidly diminished. He made several ineffectual...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

1845
...former were well rubbed, and a little ghco was applied to the latter ; the eyeballs presented a dim suffused appearance, like those of a corpse. The man now evinced signs of returning animation ; tho pulse became perceptible at the wrist, whilst the unnatural temperature of the body rapidly diminished....
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The History of the Sikhs: Containing the Lives of the Gooroos; the ..., Volume 1

William Lewis M'Gregor - Punjab (India) - 1846
...former were well rubbed, and a little ghee was applied to the latter. The eyeballs presented a dim, suffused appearance, like those of a corpse. The man...now evinced signs of returning animation, the pulse was felt, while the unnatural temperature of the body quickly decreased. He made several ineffectual...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 10

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...the former were well rubbed, and a UtU* ghee was applied to the latter. The eyeballs presented a dim, suffused appearance, like those of a corpse. The man now evinced signs of returning animation, the pulso was felt, while the unnatural temperature of the body quickly decreased. He made several Ineffectual...
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