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quacksalver

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  • The word "quack" derives from the archaic word "quacksalver," of Dutch origin (spelled kwakzalver in contemporary Dutch), meaning " [edit] The quacksalver. Unproven, usually ineffective, and sometimes dangerous medicines and treatments have. — “Quackery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Jump to: navigation, search. Q gauge - Qasidas - QEF - Qishm - Qizil Qum - QKtP - Qkt - QMG - QNP - Qq hor - Qq v - Qto - Quackenbush - Quacksalver Quaintness - Quake grass - Quakiness - Qualifiedness - Qualimeter - Qualmishness - Quam libet - Quand même - Quandaries - Quanties - Quantitativeness. — “User:The Anome/Moby nouns/Q - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Norman Gevitz, "Samuel Fuller of Plymouth Plantation: A 'Skillful Physician' or 'Quacksalver,'" Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 47 (1992): 29-48. Norman Gevitz, "Samuel Fuller of Plymouth Plantation: A 'Skillful Physician' or 'Quacksalver'. — “Samuel Fuller (Mayflower physician) - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org

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