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yellows — “The,” THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, iii. 2. 50. “Jaundice, commonly called the yellows . . . is the introduction of bile into the general circulation. . . . The yellowness of the eyes and mouth, and of the skin where it is not covered with hair, mark it sufficiently plainly,” The Horse, by Youatt, p. 311, ed. 1848.

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