The figures of the royals appear "the frailest
and the most distant form of all reality" because the mirror reveals and doubles, well beyond the play of perspectives, their inherent need for a concretisation, a bringing forth into reality that only the painter can perform, by placing their effigies onto the invisible canvas.
We found that the LSOA sample is typical of most longitudinal studies of older adults, because sample attrition was most likely among those who were oldest and frailest
, which resulted in a "healthier" survivor sample by the final data collection in 1990.
the expensive useless mechanical toy rated in power and strength by the dozens of horses, yet held helpless and impotent in the almost infantile clutch of a few inches of the temporary confederation of two mild and pacific elements--earth and water--which the frailest
integers and units of motion as produced by the ancient unmechanical methods, had coped with for billions of generations without really having noticed it .
They are the ones who are caring for the sickest and the frailest
BSW graduates often find jobs in public social services and residential facilities and provide services to the frailest
elderly (Kropf, Schneider, & Stahlman, 1993; Brubaker, 1983).
So calcium and vitamin D might show the most robust effect in the frailest
patients," he suggested.
Those who take protectors other than God can be compared to spiders building themselves houses--the spider's is the frailest
of all houses--if only they could understand.
It is in delivering passes, not punches, swinging crosses, not fists, that one of the Premiership's frailest
footballers is best equipped to hurt his adversaries.
Only the frailest
children like Tasu Maman, left, get in-patient treatment.
We think that the baseline differences between chronic benzodiazepine users and the others suggest a strong prescribing bias, where practitioners seem to avoid prescribing benzodiazepines to the frailest
The Red Cross set up water tanks and medical stations along the route and ferried the sickest and frailest
The oldest and frailest
member volunteered for sacrifice and left off his protective grease so that he might die of the effects of exposure.
Even at his frailest
, and with increasing senile dementia, he would try to rise when we came home and would always ask, "What can I get for you?
Thus, Calder: The huts of this people were the frailest
and most temporary structures conceivable.
Another $1 billion in Medicare cuts recently enacted by Congress will "certainly have a direct impact on the ability of America's nursing homes to provide quality care for our frailest