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convalesce

(kŏn′və-lĕs′)
intr.v. conva·lesced, conva·lescing, conva·lesces
To return to health and strength after illness; recuperate.
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Up until the early 1900s, the area around Moorcroft Wood was a mix of farmland and factories, but with the decline of industry in the area the land was snapped up by Wednesbury Hospital Board for use as recreation grounds for patients convalescing from smallpox and cholera at the Moxley Hospital.
Harry is now convalescing with his ex-wife of 40 years, Tess Coxhead, at her home in Curlew Court, Moreton.
Tourist chiefs in Marbella, where the king is convalescing, expect a pounds 4million boost a day.
Sir Jimmy will be off air for the next few weeks convalescing.
The white, flat-roofed hospital, currently on the Government's list as a potential home for asylum seekers, was built in the 1930s for convalescing miners and appeared in the drama as a high security hospital.
Culhane is convalescing at home after being been released from New Cross Hospital, where tests were made on his neck and back.
She was being prepared for a valuable hurdle in France, but Mrs Wadham said: "She cut herself and is convalescing at the moment.
Tony says he thinks the photo was taken in 1916/17 and shows soldiers convalescing after the assault on the Somme.
The South Tyneside Assessment and Resource Centre (Star) in Hebburn will provide assessment and equipment for elderly and disabled patients who are convalescing.
The convalescing Liverpool boss braved the elements at Melwood to oversee his first training session since being taken ill at Anfield during halftime of the Premiership clash with Leeds last October.
He is going to stay in Northern Ireland for a couple of weeks convalescing.
Mr Robinson (Lab Coventry North West) is expected to stay in hospital for another week before spending a few weeks convalescing.