Mentally ill people?
Illinois from A to Z (Univ. of Ill.
Coming to work ill is also likely to make you feel more ill.
“Ill, very ill—that is, if a young lady can ever be allowed to look ill.
What an ill-starred franchise this was.
Ali flew to Pakistan to visit his ill parents early in the first wave.
Just as Wallace seldom spoke ill of anyone, few spoke ill of him.
Walgreen, in full Charles Rudolph Walgreen, (born Oct. 9, 1873, near Galesburg, Ill., U.S.
Coronavirus can make people significantly ill and it can take a good few months to recover.
“I see one third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, and ill-nourished,” he said.
Alignment uses its technology platform to pinpoint chronically ill members with conditions like chronic heart failure or COPD.
"Quite frankly, it leaves us ill-prepared to handle the flu, it makes us ill-prepared to handle a regular winter."
President Roosevelt, seeing a third of the nation ill-housed, ill-clad, and ill-nourished, didn’t say ‘It is what it is.’
Haley stood there in very ill humor, having ridden hard the night before, and being not at all pacified by his ill success in recapturing his prey.
Anointing of the sick, formerly extreme unction, in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches, the ritual anointing of the seriously ill and the frail elderly.
We criminalise and uncritically pathologise, and so imply that if one is mentally ill, one is choosing to be ill, and if one does not seek support, they choose not too.
187 years later we are in an analogous position with mental health – we treat people’s mental ill-health with CBT or some other proprietary “cure” and then return them to the contaminated conditions in which ill-health thrives.
“It’s your ill-luck yesterday that makes you so ill-humoured and annoying,” blurted out Lebeziatnikov, who in spite of his “independence” and his “protests” did not venture to oppose Pyotr Petrovitch and still behaved to him with some of the respect habitual in earlier years.
"He had the ability to segregate crew members who may have been ill from those who weren't ill or to find ways of ensuring that crew members who potentially were ill were not eating at the same crew mess as the people who weren't ill," Klein said of the ship's captain.
Its manifesto "Promote, Prevent, Provide" calls for the next government to promote better mental health and wellbeing for the whole population, prevent mental ill-health in communities at highest risk, and provide an appropriate choice of support, care and treatment for people experiencing severe mental ill health.
- affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function
Example: ill from the monotony of his suffering
- an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining
- (`ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner; not well
Example: he was ill prepared
- resulting in suffering or adversity
Example: ill effects
Example: ill manners
- unfavorably or with disapproval
Example: tried not to speak ill of the dead
- indicating hostility or enmity
Example: you certainly did me an ill turn
- with difficulty or inconvenience; scarcely or hardly
Example: we can ill afford to buy a new car just now
- presaging ill fortune
Example: ill omens
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Its manifesto Promote Prevent Provide calls for the next government to promote better mental health and wellbeing for the whole population prevent mental ill-health in communities at highest risk and provide an appropriate choice of support care and treatment for people experiencing severe mental ill health