give care


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Verb1.give care - provide care for; "The nurse was caring for the wounded"
dry-nurse - take care of an infant without breastfeeding it
aid, assist, help - give help or assistance; be of service; "Everyone helped out during the earthquake"; "Can you help me carry this table?"; "She never helps around the house"
attend, take care, look, see - take charge of or deal with; "Could you see about lunch?"; "I must attend to this matter"; "She took care of this business"
mother, overprotect, fuss - care for like a mother; "She fusses over her husband"
nurse - serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
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O EVE, in evil hour thou didst give care To that false Worm, of whomsoever taught To counterfet Mans voice, true in our Fall, False in our promis'd Rising; since our Eyes Op'nd we find indeed, and find we know Both Good and Evil, Good lost and Evil got, Bad Fruit of Knowledge, if this be to know, Which leaves us naked thus, of Honour void, Of Innocence, of Faith, of Puritie, Our wonted Ornaments now soild and staind, And in our Faces evident the signes Of foul concupiscence; whence evil store; Even shame, the last of evils; of the first Be sure then.
"Being able to give care to those who are in desperate need is something special.
Executive Director Protector Health Hygiene Muhammad Amir Younas added toothbrush is daily usage in our life with full of bacteria and such brush will give care against diseases as well, adding that this technology has also other uses.
The local hospital system is called secondary care, and the specialised regional units (like the heart transplant team up in the Together, can give care he needs keeping him he wants - at Freeman Hospital in Newcastle) are tertiary, or third level, teams.
A deportation order should be put in abeyance and the period of stay be extended, if a foreigner in question has to give care to afflicted dependents, the National Human Rights Commission recommended Wednesday.
District/community nurses also have a teaching and support role, working with patients to enable them to care for themselves or with family members teaching them how to give care to their relatives.
"We help give care leavers a good start to their adult life and this decision will add to the support we offer in funding a tenancy with a social landlord as well as access to training and paid work placements."
"Whilst en-route, a message was received that the casualty had been dragged out of the water and was in a cafe, where we were asked to proceed to give care waiting for the ambulance arrival."
He stressed the importance of legal experiences in honing the legal personality, advising the students to give care to academic research which helps to better understand the issue to tackle.
GEORGE Osborne faces calls today to hammer taxavoiding hedge funds to give care workers a Living Wage of at least PS7.85 an hour.
Jointly sponsored by the Couples for Christ and a web of foreign donors, Meloto's Gawad Kalinga (meaning to give care), has mushroomed in many parts of the country where the poor lived in makeshift dwellings.