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One of the residents was offering to purchase groceries, medication and other essential items to those unwell or at risk in the building.
He was unwell and we had planned to speak for a couple of hours on a Saturday afternoon.
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In 2015, he said one of his main goals was to make China’s banks and state-owned enterprises “feel unwell.”
So he saw the doctor, but declared there was nothing much the matter, he merely felt a little unwell and out of sorts and tired.
Being told that the doctor was below, he said, "Tell him to call another time; I am unwell, and can't see him now."
Captain Graham being too unwell to venture out of the ship himself, he therefore undertook to nurse the invalid for me.
When Jacob Worse woke in the morning after the memorable birthday at Randulf's, he felt extremely unwell.
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Since that time every one, from the prince to the meanest servant, leaves the palace as soon as they feel themselves unwell.
The superintendent was further authorised to supply me with soup from his own kitchen so long as I should continue unwell.
I found him extremely unwell, with what I conceived to be a dropsy, for his abdomen was very much swollen.

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