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Sickness had never blanched the warm glow on her cheeks, or dimmed the brightness of her large, lustrous eyes.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
"Sleeping sickness" is a late stage when the organisms have invaded the cerebrospinal fluid.
So that (wonderful to relate) they had no sickness, although there was sufficient cause for it in the privations they suffered.
They arrived on the 29th January, after a very good passage, and without one hour's sickness.
The same story everywhere—lack of men, meaning extra work—which again means sickness and still greater lack of men.
But more particularly the exemption from sickness; which is a 183 very evident miracle.
It has often been attempted to hold the members of an association liable personally for a promised benefit in time of sickness.
Home-sickness and yearning effaced all other impressions, and destroyed all his earlier tendencies, desires, and thoughts.
She bent forward, her chin resting upon her breast, and gradually the deathly sickness passed.
DOPESAX ROHMER
It was neither age nor sickness, as the chroniclers allege, that prevented King Robert from leading the Weardale foray.

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