Illnesss


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Illnesss

 

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  1. Afflictions are like lightning: you cannot tell where they will strike until they have fallen —Jean-Baptiste Lacordaire
  2. A big pulse of sickness beat in him as if it throbbed through the whole earth —D. H. Lawrence
  3. The disease and its medicine are like two factions in a besieged town; they tear one another to pieces but both unite against their common enemy … Nature —Lord Francis Jeffrey
  4. Diseases … attenuate our bodies … shrivel them up like old apples —Robert Burton
  5. His head seemed to be flying about like a pin wheel —Sherwood Anderson
  6. Illness and doctors go together like priests and funerals —Armand Salacrou
  7. Illness and medicines are invariable as costly as champagne and gaiety at a party —Janet Flanner
  8. An illness is like a journey into a far country; it sifts all one’s experience and removes it to a point so remote that it appears like a vision —Sholem Asch
  9. Nausea lay like poison in his blood —Heinrich Böll
  10. Our bowels were like running faucets —John Farris
  11. Stricken as if an angel had landed on her bedpost —Gloria Norris
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Mansoor, who played 338 international matches during his illustrious career spread over 12 years 1985-1997 was in the news for the last many months due to his illnesss as his condition deteriorated with every passing day.
Coun Barry Henley (Lab, Brandwood), who is a director with the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, said that the idea is for people recovering from mental illnesss to live in an environment as close to an ordinary home as possible.