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Even in his frailest state, this obviously deeply spiritual and prayerful man found ways to command the world's respect.
In my self-made seraglio, I was a radiant and robust Turk, deliberately, in the full consciousness of his freedom, postponing the moment of actually enjoying the youngest and frailest of his slaves.
That tie to the sacraments was the thinnest, the frailest of lights in what was an overwhelmingly dark ocean of worldliness, the victory of everything but God.
If chance exists in its frailest possible form, God is finished.
Nancy constantly works to assure fair payment for the frailest seniors who have a small voice but a great need.
The proposed rules penalize the physicians who care for the sickest and frailest Medicare patients," he said.
Christianity, for all its perceived faults, still offers consistent and solid teaching about the inherent dignity of the human person, at all stages of life, from the tiniest zygote to the frailest elderly person.
We've all seen examples of horrendous nursing - especially the frailest of us.
Peter Kay, president of the British Orthopaedic Association, welcomed the audit as it showed how care for some of the country's frailest and most vulnerable patients could be improved, as well as highlighting how much progress had been made because NHS trusts were openly reporting their performance figures.
Andy Chaplin, consultant in orthogeriatrics at the trust, said: "The work has focused on improving outcomes and experience across the whole patient journey from admission to discharge for a group of patients, many of whom are the frailest in hospital.
8220;The care that we provide not only to full-term newborns, but also to the tiniest, frailest infants, is extraordinary, and we are so proud to have that level of care acknowledged,” said Constance A.
The frailest of frail hopes is carried by the child of the Spensers, supposed dead in the fired castle, who will be raised by the Irish as adopted hybrid: 'Reared as our own.