convalescence


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  • noun

Synonyms for convalescence

recovery

Synonyms for convalescence

gradual healing (through rest) after sickness or injury

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LIVERPOOL manager Gerard Houllier continued his convalescence by accepting the team of the year award from the Sports Writers' Association.
A spokesman for the cardiothoracic centre said Mr Houllier's progress had been "nothing less than remarkable" but added: "Obviously he requires a period of convalescence and his progress will be monitored.
AT a time when trade unions and other like institutions are selling off their much-needed convalescence facilities around the country, I'd like to thank Medicash for the use of its marvellous facilities at Colwyn Bay, North Wales for the past 14 days.
The idea was to compete with the big inland spa town resorts for the wealthy long-term convalescence and chronically-illmarket.
The other charity was established in 1966 to provide convalescence for miners, former miners and their families.
The company stated that following a period of convalescence at home, Buehler is expected to return full time to his responsibilities with the company.
One peer who went out of her way to wish Seles well during her convalescence was Arantxa Sanchez Vicario.
Recovering from this procedure often involves a hospital stay of approximately one week, as well as several months of convalescence to fully recover.
During her long convalescence her parents bought Nikki an embroidery machine to stave off boredom and what began as a distraction, sewing logos on to clothing,developed into her business idea.
A heavy sigh emanates from the herd of horses locked up in eternal convalescence.
The aide added: "Obviously, during her convalescence, we have to take one day at a time.
Mahony, 62, will be hospitalized until Thursday and will need four to six weeks of convalescence.
WE ARE looking for any stories, pictures or memories from anyone who has spent time at or who has worked at Medicash's (formerly the Penny in the Pound fund) convalescence centres in Colwyn Bay.
We are now very pleased to announce that the John Braddock and Mary Bamber Convalescence Centres won the Hospitals and Health Centres category in the Wales in Bloom awards.
WE ARE looking for any stories,pictures or memories from anyone who has spent time at or worked at Medicash's (formerly thePenny in the Pound fund) convalescence centres in Colwyn Bay.