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While the sky pirate leader was full of life, his mother had been sickly and constantly bedridden.
Jan said they had not received an apology, adding: "If you're bedridden and living in sheltered accommodation, you need to be looked after.
In his hand-written letter to a friend, Brady revealed: "I'm still bedridden and now have a chest infection.
Tahsin E[currency]ahinkaya (89), who was also sentenced to life imprisonment in the same trial by the 10th High Criminal Court in Ankara, is also bedridden at GATA and suffering from an undiagnosed illnesses.
And Ms Sarginson described the pensioner as a "disabled, bedridden man who could not fend for himself".
A BEDRIDDEN 89-year-old man was mauled in his nursing home by a pack of mice which shredded his ears.
The gunman went to a local health centre and shot his bedridden wife before returning home, where he killed himself.
Later, the gunman went to a local health centre and shot his bedridden wife before returning home, where he killed himself.
LANCASTER -- A 60-year-old bedridden man who was baby-sitting two infant grandchildren died in a fire at his mobile home early Tuesday.
It was a day that Fara Howell thought would never happen as she bravely battled a kidney disease that left her desperately ill and virtually bedridden.
An investigation into a serious sex attack on an elderly, bedridden stroke victim in her care home was continuing today.
She and the great Mary Louise Wilson as bedridden but still domineering Big Edie are suitably hilarious and pathetic while preserving the mystery of a mother-daughter bond that nurtures and suffocates them both.