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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of succuss.

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Examples

  • Yes, that's right - in two hundred years, homeopaths haven't gotten around to figuring out how many times a homeopathic remedy has to be "succussed" (i.e., shaken) in the course of dilution to activate its supposed curative powers.

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  • Homeovitality┬« products have also been succussed at each dilution stage so they will also help to promote desirable forms of hybrid vigour in a "like promotes like" mode of action involving some of the mechanisms (4) described by Dr. Kratz,

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  • All natural, hand succussed and produced from the most quality ingredients, these hCG drops have helped hundreds of patients shed extra weight AND fat -- even without exercise!

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  • After all, he never said anything about administering his magical succussed potions in any other way besides oral that I can recall.

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