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SICKNESS. By sickness is understood any affection of the body which deprives it temporarily of the power to fulfill its usual functions.
     2. Sickness is either such as affects the body generally, or only some parts of it. Of the former class, a fever is an example; of the latter, blindness. When a process has been issued against an individual for his arrest, the sheriff or other officer is authorized, after he has arrested him, if he be so dangerously sick, that to remove him would endanger his life or health, to let him remain where he found him, and to return the facts at large, or simply languidus. (q.v.)

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In a really bad storm it could just be that they are passing out from Exhaustion and sea sickness.
Continued I have to admit to packing sea sickness tablets having heard horror stories about the rough, stormy seas in the Bay, but on this crossing although the sea's not the mill pond we hoped for we thankfully do not need the sea sickness tablets.
Sea sickness and dehydration will make Team Devocean's first few days extremely difficult.
TAKE a sea sickness pill before venturing out to Staffa - and pick a good clear day
With at least one in five passengers susceptible to sea sickness, liners only had to be over the Mersey Bar for the Irish Sea's hostility to make its queasy presence felt.
The local yacht owners find it hilarious that the hardman suffers from sea sickness.
No easy task for the athletes who may have to run at night while suffering from the effects of sea sickness.
I usually suffer from sea sickness - is there anything that's safe to take during pregnancy?
Travel sickness bands - "Some of our mums have taken to wearing the sea sickness bands to ward off the nausea.
We have a store of sea sickness bags hoarded from every boat we've ever been on and a pile of wet wipes at the ready.
Mal Hughes, from Llantwit Fardre, suffered from sea sickness all day but still came second and Clive Marsh, from Penygraig, was third.