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Ensign Group, which owns The Springs, did not return a request for comment.
The lawsuit claims The Springs failed to isolate Hugle, to adequately test residents and staff or to provide enough personal protective equipment, among other concerns.
The Springs has four stars under a five-star federal rating system, or above average.
“He never saw his family again before passing away on April 18,” states the complaint, which names the Ensign Group, a for-profit nursing home chain that owns The Springs, as among the defendants.
So it was decided, and the little force took up the march for Brown's Springs, eleven miles away.
People come here to drink the waters of the springs, and to take the baths, which are said to be very invigorating.
John is called out at a festive gathering, and springs to his feet really intending to be clever.
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The Alle is not all on a level, but descends gradually from the springs to a fountain which is at the opposite end.
Ellis's patent boot studs to save the sole, and the Euknemida, or concave-convex fastening springs, are the latest novelties.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
And that which was dry land, shall become a pool, and the thirsty land springs of water.

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