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ill

(Bad), adjective adverse, antagonistic, baleful, belligerent, calamitous, cantankerous, corrupt, crabbed, crabby, cross, damaging, degenerate, deleterious, depraved, destructive, detrimental, evil, fell, fractious, harm, harmful, hostile, hurtful, immoral, inauspicious, infelicitous, iniquitous, injurious, insult, irascible, irritable, low, mean, mischief, nefarious, nocuous, pernicious, ruinous, sinful, snappish, snappy, sullen, trouble, unfavorable, unfriendly, unkind, unkindly, unlucky, unpromising, unpropitious, wicked, wrong

ill

(Sick), adjective afflicted, ailing, bedridden, diseased, feeble, feverish, has a medical condition, in the hospital, indisposed, infirm, laid up, malady, not feeling well, not up to snuff, not well, on the sick list, out of commission, under the weather, weak
Associated concepts: fee for service, health care
See also: pain, trouble, unsound
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Contact point(s): Rectorado de la Universidad de les Illes Balears
Illes said: "Mike is very confident in his own body, which is a great asset in this business and he is also a nice guy.
Both Illes, of Beckett Walk, Dewsbury, and Orsos, of Lascelles Road, Heckmondwike admitted charges of conspiracy to traffic people dating back to 2011.
Miss Illes promptly complained about the incident to members of staff.
Illes said the northern wall of the reservoir could collapse "within one day or a week" and crews at the scene were scrambling to complete a new dam to protect Kolontar and the nearby town of Devecser, home to 5,400 people.
Dr Illes was giving evidence at the trial of Paolo Parracho, from Paisley, who denies murdering Miss Scott, a restaurant worker, last April and robbing her of pounds 483.
Mr Illes said more and more students were turning to modelling to fund their studies.
The one scrap to feed off is Sporting's 1-3 offer of Illes Balears-Banesto, although you will need to be on the blower sharpish to be able to buy at three.
Over the past 5 years, whole-body scanning has become a growth industry, notes Judy Illes of the Stanford (University) Center for Biomedical Ethics.
There was at least some good news for MTK with the return to action of playmaker Bela Illes, a former Hungary international, after a long-term injury.
Louise Moser Illes provides one answer, which is an exception to my rule just stated, and which also gives reason for pause: human resource managers care about downsizing.
Louise Moser Illes was one of more than 900 workers at a Utah semiconductor plant who lost their jobs and their plant in a corporate restructuring five years ago.