sick person

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Then sick persons came and lay down, and beside them women laid their sick children (one a babe at the breast,) and the patriarch of the Dervishes walked upon their bodies.
I did not see it, but I believe it is well conducted; and I can the more easily credit it, from knowing how mindful they usually are, in America, of that beautiful passage in the Litany which remembers all sick persons and young children.
Don't think to plead illness as an excuse with me; or babies as an excuse with me; for all sick persons and young children (I hope you know the church-service, but I'm afraid not) I am determined to Put Down.
A sick person can leave behind bacteria or viruses when touching a doorknob, handrail, shopping cart handle or countertop.
A sick person, a hard-pressed man, a nation with its back to the wall can all continue to struggle while hope remains.
The department says 75 reported infections involved people who visited or worked at Disneyland or had contact with a sick person who was there, AP reported.
What could you do for an elderly, sick person in 15 minutes?
No sick person is being treated, and there is no suspected case of Ebola," Abdoulaye Cisse, a spokesman for the WHO told Reuters.
It is a particular burden on smaller businesses which would have to pay two people -- the sick person and their fill-in.
Ebola is transmitted by contact of sick person and the transmission is done by the body fluid.
Keep the sick person separated from others as much as possible
uk Sick: horrific photo issued after dog drowned with dumbbell weights tied around its neck To put weights round a dogs neck and watch it struggle to get free takes a very sick person.