Osler, the veterinary surgeon, the only available medical man in that part of the country.
Don't refer to the Darwinian theory or to Dr. Osler's theory without knowing what they mean.
My grandfather Osler died at Simons Town, after some years' residence there.
A fine miniature of my Grandfather Osler is in my possession, and it is our most cherished heirloom.
He (Osler) joined the regiment, was mustered and assigned to company E.
There is also somewhere in the Osler family a picture of our Grandfather Sawle, an old gentleman in naval uniform.
Professor Osler, particularly, has emphasized his colleague, Professor Allbutt's opinion in this matter.
As nearly as I can learn, my grandmother Osler died in 1842, about three years after our coming to America.
None of these opinions is held by the sternly scientific mind, like Dr. Osler's, for example.
The quotation from Osler gives an entirely false impression.