He saved the credit of the Erie by telephone--lent it five million dollars as he lay at home on a sickbed
Rumour, in this instance, did no more than justice to the truth; and over the sickbed
many confidences were exchanged, and clouds that had been growing for years passed away in a few hours, and as fond mankind loves to hope, for ever.
Jones was too ill to travel to Cardiff from his sickbed
at Thornfield Park Hospital in Newbury, Wiltshire, for his sentencing hearing yesterday.
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.
So he dragged himself off his sickbed
on Christmas Eve to play his cornet.
Although he didn't have a sickbed
conversion like St.
He read it to Cosimo on his sickbed
in the summer of 1464--vivid testimony to the part it was to play in a holy dying--and then included it in his 1484 Florence edition of Plato's works, prefacing it with a brief introduction.
But not only did nature disappear from the sickbed
when attended by white physicians, so did many of the unwell.
They have largely cast the sickbed
nuptials as a marriage of convenience for the bride, a union that would give her what Orwell himself referred to as a sinecure of "the writer's widow.
Sorescu wrote his final volume, The Bridge (from which this poem is taken), on his sickbed
, often dictating to his wife, Virginia.
Swaddled in fur and wool on his sickbed
, he scours volumes on anatomy, biochemistry, and pathology.