sickbed


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sickbed

(sĭk′bĕd′)
n.
A sick person's bed.
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Michael Chopra left his sickbed to take his place among the Cardiff City substitutes, but had to go on during the first half when Ross McCormack pulled up with a tight hamstring.
Finley was full of praise for goalkeeper Jamie Speare, who emerged from his sickbed to produce some outstanding saves in the Bay's 1-1 draw with Division One South champions Retford on Saturday.
Fly-half Rory Clegg came off his sickbed to star in the match with some great kicking and a vital pass to Alex Gray for the winning try.
On the team front, Derek Brown is expected to recover from a calf injury while Mark Noon, who got out of his sickbed to play an integral part in the Kettering triumph, has now fully recovered from a stomach virus and partners the rejuvenated Gary Fitzpatrick in the centre of midfield.
Sir Harold issued a considered and lengthy statement last night, after a bitter attack by Lady Falkender from her sickbed, in which she branded the stories as 'wild and inaccurate' and reflecting poorly on someone who was supposed to be a loyal and trusted adviser.
FOR A CAUSE: Kiefer Sutherland crawled out of his sickbed to be there, the Rev.
BRIDE Camilla Parker Bowles left her sickbed to marry Prince Charles yesterday, The People can reveal.
Certainly the sleepy little Lincolnshire residency will have seen nothing like the Geordie lad who was due to leave his sickbed in Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary to head south today.
Since then, Edward Andrews has shared inoculations, medicine and his sickbed whenever his pal is unwell - and even accompanies him to school.
Trust In Paula's trainer Derek Haydn Jones was languishing in his sickbed, and Liverpool-based owner Stephen Hunter said with a smile: "Derek rang me and gave us plenty of encouragement, but he always does.
Hussein, who played a key role in Middle East peace efforts throughout his life, left his sickbed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, to try and pull warring leaders back to the negotiating table.
Seen through Bessie's eyes, the sickbed is not a medical battlefield or a place of exile or indignity.