home-bound

home-bound

Health care adjective Referring to a person who is 'truly unable' to leave the home
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Upon inquiry we found it was a French merchant ship of three- hundred tons, home-bound from Quebec.
An FTZ, such as the world renowned Dubai, is a re-export gateway where goods in transit are temporarily stored to avoid strict customs regulations and lengthy administrative procedures that home-bound imports face.
Lizada also noted that some taxi drivers ignore falling in line within the taxi lane, using excuses like they were home-bound when they were in fact just looking for passengers.
The hunky actor, who formerly appeared in "Criminal Minds" for several seasons, went on to say that he is home-bound because production for his new series, "S.
Suggested sources, particularly museums online, reassures rural and home-bound students that information is available in electronic form from such reliable institutions as the Smithsonian.
Short as he drives up a rugged creek to reach a home-bound cancer patient in Appalachia.
The attempts were all made on Thursday night, days ahead of the Onam festival in the state when Keralites are home-bound to celebrate with their families.
Some of the Filipino expatriates reckoned that the BOC should instead clamp down on known smugglers instead of picking on the home-bound shipments that they've worked hard for.
Home-bound parents of small children face an extra six hours caring for them.
Volunteers also spearhead the Meals for Companion Pets Program, which delivers pet food once a month to home-bound seniors who need assistance taking care of their animals.
The project provides affordable, accessible, user-friendly transportation to seniors 55 years of age and older and people with disabilities of all ages, providing a vital link to community services for people who otherwise might remain home-bound and isolated.
They added that most of the home-bound passengers are Haj pilgrims.