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US dollars trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole oral suspension ip uses in hindi It is now that John Cleese’s maître d’ – who is as memorable and merciless a torturer as Dr Christian Szell, the deranged dentist played by Laurence Olivier in Marathon Man (John Schlesinger, 1976) – insists that the meal be completed with one more morsel: a single wafer-thin mint. Mr Creosote protests that he is full but the maître d’ insists. “It is only a tiny little one,” he says in his exaggerated French accent. “It is only wafer-thin.” Placing it in Mr Creosote’s mouth, he dives for cover. Mr Creosote expands and expands and at last explodes, showering the restaurant, and everyone eating in it, with a viscous orange-brown mixture of innards and undigested food that sets off chain reaction of vomiting and creates an image that stains the eyes of every cinemagoer who sees it.

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