Chaos

@article{RogersChaos,
  title={Chaos},
  author={J. Rogers},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  volume={2},
  pages={266 - 269}
}
or "What a lie", or "How could I have said so"? or demanded at once that she should be sent for. Yet, he never on one single occasion, before others, spoke to Mrs. Cox on the subject. The only reasonable answer to this criticism is that he did not understand that Mrs. Cox had accused him of taking poison wilfully ; and I do not see that any of the medical men put it categorically before him that she had done so. After carefully reading all the evidence on the subject of Mrs. Cox informing the… Expand
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