Doctor Livingstone, I presume?
Words allegedly spoken by the British-born explorer Henry Stanley when, in 1871, he finally found the long-missing explorer and missionary David Livingstone in Africa.
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Not long after I was finally diagnosed, my doctor ordered a bone density scan.
My doctor put me on oral contraceptives to induce a period, figuring it would help build bone.
I presume the twenty-five or thirty miles at this end is unhealthy, even for natives, but it surely need not be so.
How little did he divine that the letter of the doctor was called forth by a communication from the countess-dowager.
He is what the bill wishes to make for us, a regular root doctor, and will suit the place exactly.
You may imagine the effect this missive produced upon the proud, high-minded doctor of divinity.
I presume this path does not extend many miles without meeting impediments.