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keep one's distance from (someone or something)
to maintain a certain distance from someone or something
The girl always keeps her distance from the other students in the class.
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  • keep one's eyes open
  • keep one's feet on the ground
  • keep one's hand in (something)
  • keep one's hands off (someone or something)
  • keep one's nose out of (someone's) business
  • keep one's opinions to oneself
  • keep one's place
  • keep one`s chin up
  • keep one`s cool
  • keep one`s eye on the ball
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  • good riddance
  • duty bound (to do something)

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    Home Remedies for Jaundice

    The juice of bitter luffa (karvi torai) is regarded as an effective (home) remedy for jaundice. It is obtained by pounding and squeezing through cloth. The juice should be placed on the palm of the hand and drawn up through the nostrils. This will cause a profuse overflow of the yellow coloured fluid through the nostrils. The toxic matter having been evacuated in a considerable quantity, the patient will feel relieved. It is, however, a strong medicine and may cause in the patients will delicate nature, side effects like giddiness, migraine and at times high fever for a short duration. Its use should, therefore, be avoided by such patients. If the green juice of bitter luffa is not available, it can best be substituted by two or three drops of the fluid obtained by soaking its dry crusts overnight in water. This produces an identical effect. Seeds of bitter luffa which are easily available can also be used for the same purpose after rubbing in water. Another valuable food remedy for jaundice is the green leaves of radish. The leaves should be pounded and their juices extracted through cloth. One pound of this juice daily is sufficient for an adult patient. It should be strained through a clean piece of muslin cloth before use. It provides immediate relief. It induces a healthy appetite and proper evacuation of bowels, and this results in gradual decrease of the trouble. In most cases a complete cure can be ensured within eight or ten days.


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