Some articles on treat:
... Charles Herbert "Herb" Treat (December 16, 1900 – April 19, 1947) was an American football player who played for Princeton University and was unanimously ... In 1943, Treat was badly injured when he was struck by an automobile, and he died four years later after falling nine stories from a hotel in Kansas City, Missouri ...
... Pain's attempts to reach and treat Vallejo are thwarted by skeptical doctors and two mysterious Spanish men who bribe him not to treat Vallejo ... Though he accepts the bribe, Pain attempts to treat the poet but is barred from the hospital and loses contact with Madame Reynaud ...
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... The best archive of Treat's life is available at the Vineland Historical Society ... The Harvard herbarium has a selection of Treat's specimens sent to Asa Gray and examples of their original correspondence ... The most recently published discussion of Treat's work is in Gianquitto's 'Good Observers of Nature' (2007), however an extensive biography is yet to be written ...
More definitions of "treat":
- (verb): Engage in negotiations in order to reach an agreement.
Example: "They had to treat with the King"
- (verb): Provide treatment for.
Example: "Treat the infection with antibiotics"
Synonyms: care for
- (verb): Deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression.
Synonyms: cover, handle, plow, deal, address
- (verb): Provide with a gift or entertainment.
Example: "Grandmother always treated us to the circus"; "I like to treat myself to a day at a spa when I am depressed"
- (verb): Regard or consider in a specific way.
Example: "I treated his advances as a joke"
- (verb): Provide with choice or abundant food or drink.
- (noun): An occurrence that cause special pleasure or delight.
Famous quotes containing the word treat:
“People get a bad impression of it by continually trying to treat it as if it was a bank clerk, who ought to be on time on Tuesday next, instead of philosophically seeing it as a painter, who may do anything so long as you dont try to predict what.”
—Katharine Whitehorn (b. 1926)
“Taking the childs point of view demands good will, time, and effort on the part of parents. The child is the clear beneficiary. Parents who make the effort to understand their childrens point of view are likely to treat children fairly and in an age-appropriate manner.”
—David Elkind (20th century)
“One should never pursue the hazards of fortune to their very ends and ... it behooves all adventurers to treat their good luck with reverence, neither bothering nor upsetting it.”
—François Rabelais (14941553)