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XXVIII. Porousness of a body for transpiration healthy for those from whom more is taken ; denseness of body for transpiration unhealthy for those from whom less is taken. Those who transpire freely are weaker, healthier, and recover easily ; those who transpire hardly are stronger before they are sick, but on falling sick they make difficult recovery. These for both whole and part.

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