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The skeleton was unearthed in a mass grave from the Venetian plague of 1576 - in which the artist Titian died - on Lazzaretto Nuovo, which lies around two miles northeast of Venice and was used as a sanitorium for plague sufferers.
First patients due at new sanitorium GRADUALLY the Poole Joint Sanatorium at Nunthorpe was being completed and the first batch of patients from Middlesbrough was due to arrive.
These plans included a Manitoba Sanitorium on the Brokenhead River east of Winnipeg, a club house for the Reform Hunt Club on the borders of Lake Manitoba near Clarkleigh (where Bruce himself owned several "rural lots" that soon went up for sale), Winnipeg's first public swimming pool and baths at the intersection of Charles Street and Pritchard Avenue, and the British and Foreign Bible Society building at 184 Alexander Avenue (known today as Oseredok, the Ukrainian Cultural Centre).
She began her career at Hudson Hospital, before working at Clinton Hospital, the Worcester County Sanitorium, and later, at Memorial Hospital, Worcester, retiring in 1983.
The children are sent to the Pembina Hills Sanitorium to be treated.
"This is escapist literature, yes," he said, "but who else works out her midlife malaise in a Cuban leprosy sanitorium among nuns?"
A Brummie born and bred, David Colcombe remains one of the most decent, hard-working and committed chefs you are likely to meet outside a sanitorium. Opus's chef director is one of greatest champions of this city's culinary renaissance, nurturing young talent while turning out some outstanding dishes.
The Amber Coast sanitorium, located in the Latvian seaside resort of Jurmala, features a dacha where Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev would greet his guests.
There are other twists, but suffice to say that all ends badly, with Kara murdered by Fran Margot and the deranged diva consigned to a sanitorium.
The first stop on my week-long visit to the region was the Bobrov Children's Sanitorium.
The city's reputation was also elevated because patients with or only suspected of having phthisis, or tuberculosis, or TB, came there to be treated at the Sun Palace Sanitorium, for which Daddy was Director.