sickbed


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sickbed

(sĭk′bĕd′)
n.
A sick person's bed.
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Memories of his early life flood back to Alamayu as he lies, full of fever, on his sickbed at Rugby, and he tells his story in a series of flashbacks, gradually making sense of all the events and circumstances that have brought him to this strange life and resolving to return to his homeland one day.
Topics from later periods include the apostolic fathers, those called Gnostics and related groups, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian and Cyprian in Carthage, infant baptism, Origen, fourth-century Syriac writers, Cappadocia, sickbed baptism, Spain, Cyril of Alexandria and the Coptic rite, and Augustine of Hippo.
Is Straw worried that Ronnie will plan another train robbery from his sickbed?
Spending Christmas and New Year bound to my sickbed by tubes and drip-feeds, with the mobility of an Egyptian mummy following complicated surgery on my spine, my heart played with the usage of the word 'siege', as I reflected on the conditions of the silent majority of non-partisan Gazans in the thick of a bloody war.
By the time you read this, I'll hopefully be out of my sickbed, into one of our new CURVE tees (designed by Rigged Outfitter's Parisa!) and parading through the streets with all of you.
MARK 'Buzz' Burrows got up out of his sickbed last night to save patched-up Cleveland Bays another headache.
His uber-loyalty to Dubya clearly outweighs his loyalty to the law, as the sickbed strong-arming of Ashcroft on illegal surveillance only clarifies.
Peerless renditions of all the old classics, including Sally MacLennane, The Sickbed of Cuchulainn, Dirty Old Town,
Team-mate Valentin Kokorin came off his sickbed to still finish fourth in the 14-15 years 100m freestyle in 53.92.
Ebert said he had been avoiding high-profile films like "The Departed," "Flags of Our Fathers" and "World Trade Center" during his recuperation, preferring to see them in a theater rather than on video from his sickbed.
So he dragged himself off his sickbed on Christmas Eve to play his cornet.
Arafat, whose illness and condition is still shrouded in mystery, ordered the release of tens of thousands of dollars to Fatah terrorists in Gaza - while he was on his sickbed. So reports the well-connected Ben Caspit of Ma'ariv.