Synonyms and antonyms of a taste of one's own medicine in the English dictionary of synonyms
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «A TASTE OF ONE'S OWN MEDICINE»
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The New First Dictionary of Cultural Literacy: What Your ...
"They are still good friends because Barb was willing to forgive and forget." forty
winks "Forty winks" means a nap or a brief sleep during the day. "I want to grab
forty winks. Please wake me up in half an hour." get a taste of one's ownmedicine ...
Eric Donald Hirsch, William G. Rowland, Michael Stanford, 2004
Stedman's Guide to Idioms: Know the Lingo
Get a taste of (one's) own medicine To experience similar circumstances to those
one has caused others to experience. Dr. Orwell got a taste of his own medicine
when his cardiologist told him to cut down on his salt intake. Get ants in (one's) ...
Elaine Olson, 2005
Alfredo Boulton and His Contemporaries: Critical Dialogues ...
One can reconstruct oneself and have a taste of one's own medicine. Only the
wave that we've left in our wake during our three years of difficult and active
swimming can provide testimony. If one wishes to know something, the trail is out
Ariel Jiménez, 2008
”Dr Doubledose: a taste of one's own medicine” http://www.bmj. com/cgi/content/
full/309/6970/1714. British Medical Journal 309 (6970): 1714–1718. doi: 10.1136
/bmj.309.6970.1714. PMID 7819999. PMC 2542682. Retrieved 28 January 2007
Buddy Or Baddy?
So if a "taste of one's own medicine" were judged as a fitting and continuous
punishment for me, I would find myself condemned to an awful lot of orgiastic
euphoria rather than revulsion at the prospect of all the tit- for-tat retribution that
such a ...
Carl A. Pierson, 2008
YELIZA IS SEARCHING GARROCHALES
This seemed like the old saying: “To give a taste of one's own medicine.” The girl
walked to the exit of the cave with the happy feeling that she was the lifesaver of
her bat friends. One must learn to eat to live, instead of living to eat. She thought ...
Popper, K. (1963), Conjectures and Refutations (London: Routledge). Porter, R. (
I 994), 'Dr Doubledose: a taste of one's own medicine', British Medical Journal,
309:6970, 1714-18. Prensky, M. (2001), 'True Believers: digital game-based ...
Professor Peter Brophy, 2012
Warriors of the Himalayas: Rediscovering the Arms and Armor ...
Wilson 2000 Wilson, Guy M. “Short Notes: A Taste of One's Own Medicine.” Royal
Armouries Yearbook 5 (2000), pp. 194-96. Wimmel 2003 Wirnmel, Kenneth.
William Woodville Rockhill: Scholar-Diplomat of the Tibetan Highlands. Bangkok
Donald J. LaRocca, 2006
The New York Sun Crosswords #13: 72 Puzzles from the Daily Paper
... 39 National Restaurant Association 40 Spigot 41 Aliens 42 Unimagined 47
Mesh bags 50 A taste of one's own medicine 54 "The possibilities are endless"
58 More powerful than a locomotive 59 Sports radio 60 Tourist board DOWN 1
Peter Gordon, 2007
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «A TASTE OF ONE'S OWN MEDICINE»
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In women's singles, former world #1 and London Olympic silver medallist Wang Yihan received a taste of one's own medicine as she came up ... «Badzine, May 15»
Call For A Counter-Witch Hunt: Investigate Government and …
"What's good for the goose" should never apply in politics, but when push comes to shove, dishing out a taste of one's own medicine is fun and ... «OpEdNews, Aug 12»
Authorities Searching For Those Who Dragged Dog to Death at …
I think the only fair punishment is a taste of one's own medicine. This poor dog...I HOPE they catch the ...can't even say SOB...because a SOB ... «National Parks Traveler, Dec 09»
Interventions: Brother is booted out of family's intervention firm when …
A taste of one's own medicine is rarely sweet, but for David Lee it was a calamity. He felt abandoned and furious, and nearly disavowed what ... «Chicago Tribune, Nov 09»
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