It is also possible that policy dictated these sanatory enactments.
This cavity was laid open by extracting the tooth; and when the remedy was applied, the sanatory effect was surprisingly prompt.
The board is thus furnished with a sanatory report from one officer, and a report upon circumstances from the other.
The city of London has, until within a few years, been backward, in this sanatory movement.
Madeira has long had a high reputation as a sanatory resort for persons suffering from diseases of the chest.
sanatory is more restricted in its application, and means healing; curative.
That the system of sanatory measures, adopted in Russia, did not any where stop the disease.
Even the baths, designed for sanatory purposes, became places of resort and idleness, and ultimately of intrigue and vice.
The ill effects of the stays in a sanatory point of view have been frequently pointed out, and we hope are now understood.
"Try the sanatory condition of the towns, then, and universal conciliation to Ireland," replied the Economist.
sanatory san·a·to·ry (sān'ə-tôr'ē)
Causing or producing health; curative.