SOFAS


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SOFAS

Social and Occupational Functioning Assessment Scale.
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And it seems to me it is more important to bring the legs of the sofas to life than the head.
Tip, with the aid of the Saw-Horse, had brought a large, upholstered sofa to the roof.
Tom had by this time got both his legs on the sofa.
I hope that foolish girl has not annoyed you--at such a time as this," he said, very earnestly, when he returned to the sofa.
I dropped back exhausted on the sofa as I said the words.
She remained thus mysteriously still and suddenly collected till Mr Verloc was heard with an accent of marital authority, and moving slightly to make room for her to sit on the edge of the sofa.
Her right hand skimmed slightly the end of the table, and when she had passed on towards the sofa the carving knife had vanished without the slightest sound from the side of the dish.
When she had tossed a few trifles about, and had looked down into the darkening street out of all the three windows, she returned to her sofa, and threw herself among its pillows.
She sat in the sofa corner reading Robert's letter by the fading light.
Pierre turned his whole body, making the sofa creak.
When Colin was on his sofa and the breakfast for two was put upon the table he made an announcement to the nurse in his most Rajah-like manner.
As the old lady uttered the last words, I thought I saw her eyes turn from heaven, and take the earthly direction of the sofa in the front parlor.