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A father sitting at the foot of his 14-year-old daughter’s bed as she recuperates from injuries endured over months as a slave serving ISIS fighters.
He says the goal is to create a place for people to feel like they can truly unwind and recuperate after what has been an especially tough year.
They said no, they don’t believe it will, because their existing nurses who might get the vaccine are burned out, and they need to give them some time to recuperate.
They therefore petitioned General McArthur to relieve them temporarily from duty to recuperate their strength.
Here he had come to a pause for a few days to recuperate his horses and his men.
I had a day's rest under his wide, warm roof, which it was hoped would recuperate my strength for further efforts.
They gave him a chance to recuperate, to get something to eat, and to dress the wounds of his men.
She failed to recuperate as rapidly as she should have done, because she was so completely devitalized by overwork.
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Here he paused for a short time to recuperate his exhausted energies, and to subdue the passion that still somewhat agitated him.
The officers and non-commissioned officers now petitioned the secretary to order the regiment home to recruit and recuperate.

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