He himself felt the difference - he realised his ignorance, his unkempt and uncared-for
I didn't go with her, I was too afraid Regret came to drip as from an uncared-for
old tap As the weeks tormented me over What I'd let slip from my lap I saw blue eye shadow, the choker tied at the back Like an ebony slash at her throat then, Crushed-velvet top, also black.
But is was clearing the overgrown and uncared-for
graveyard which shone a light on a lost, forgotten past.
A walk down from South Gosforth to Heaton recently revealed a rubbish strewn, uncared-for
wasteland, rapidly being claimed back by tall nettles and other natural vegetation.
Films have documented her most humble life with the unwanted and uncared-for
patients of leprosy and the poorest of the poor.
Mother Teresa had offered grace and now the world-renowned minister to the unwanted, unloved, uncared-for
was telling me about her visit to Philadelphia to raise funds for the Missionaries of Charity.
He argues that a universal feeling seems to exist that there is something wrong about not caring for the dead body and that the uncared-for
body is unbearable.
Allowing ballet dancers to stay while insisting nurses go sounds like a line from a sitcom - but we won't be laughing when desperately ill patients are left uncared-for
on hospital wards.
The ramshackle sole-trader shops and dingy, uncared-for
buildings end, replaced by sparkling office spaces and fake marble porticos.
Virginia Henderson knew nurses could not bring about change alone--she wanted to bring people and organisations together to care for the uncared-for
needs of others.
What with a health hazard in the kitchen, a terrible toilet, uncared-for
bedrooms, and a lacklustre garden, it's to be hoped the family is willing to get their hands dirty.
It could be in the school ground or nearby on uncared-for