The sick man
was turned on to his side with his face to the wall.
He surrounded him with the tenderest and most intelligent care, until, at length, the sick man
revived, little by little, in his arms, and recovered his consciousness if not his strength.
Ralph shrugged his shoulders in deprecation of the intense irritation with which this had been said; for there was an aggravating, cold distinctness in his speech and manner which so grated on the sick man
that he could scarcely endure it.
And the sick man was silent, but at the same instant his wandering eyes strayed to the doorway and he saw Sonia.
Razumihin who was standing in the doorway flew into the room, seized the sick man in his strong arms and in a moment had him on the sofa.
For the sick cow a crow; for the sick man
Another passenger told the ECHO that the crew gave the sick man
PRESIDENT de Gaulle once described Britain as the sick man
It's just one of many reasons why this country has become known as The Sick Man
LONDON, Feb 8, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish State Minister and Chief Negotiator for EU Talks Egemen Bagis said on Monday that "Turkey was no longer the sick man
Sharp as a sword The nurse's word; The sick man
heard And plucked
Bear Nevertheless, Egyptians are described as the cultured founders of modern civilisation and we are labelled as the sick man
I did not try to share the load, Of any brother on the road; "I did not even go to see, the sick man
, just next door to me.
Chief executive David Noble said: "Though August saw a reduction in the rate of deterioration, it is still the sick man
of the UK economy.
Will be also deny Britain was labelled the sick man