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hardly

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Synonyms for ill

suffering from or affected with an illness

bringing, predicting, or characterized by misfortune

whatever is destructive or harmful

a pathological condition of mind or body

a cause of suffering or harm

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an often persistent bodily disorder or disease

affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function

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resulting in suffering or adversity

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distressing

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indicating hostility or enmity

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presaging ill fortune

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('ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner

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unfavorably or with disapproval

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See, for example, Graham, 393 Ill App 3d at 273, 913 NE2d at 104.
April 13-15 Introduction to Metalcasting Schaumburg, Ill.
Acute and convalescent sera were collected from all ill employees and tested for antibodies to H.
The numbers for mentally ill offenders reflect the confusion in terminology, with estimates ranging from 8 percent to 17 percent of the total inmate population.
Second, attorneys have begun to bypass medical malpractice remedies in lieu of the recent trend using elder abuse statutes as the legal theory to hold physicians responsible for the inadequate treatment of pain in elderly and terminally ill patients.
Not only is CMHS the major funder of groups opposed to involuntary treatment, it spends millions on programs of dubious merit that offer little help to the critically ill.
Mimi Sullivan, formerly director of social services, is now director of admissions at Bethany Terrace Nursing Centre in Morton Grove, Ill.
101, 7702 and 7702A would have excluded "qualified accelerated death benefits" paid to a terminally ill insured.
Thanks to the educational efforts of the right-to-die movement regarding the plight of patients like these, national polls continue to show that growing numbers of Americans support regulated physician-assisted death for qualified terminally ill patients.
Renee, an emergency disaster planner for the government, and Marry, a mystery writer, were terminally ill from cancer.
For the terminally ill, those times are often spent wondering how to pay medical bills and the mortgage, or keep the lights on and the heat up.
From Asylum to Community is Grob's last volume of a trilogy about public policy and the mentally ill.
Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation of NY*NJ*CT, which brightens the lives of seriously ill children through imaginative and resourceful programs and services that empower, educate and inspire, raised more than $350,000 at their 17th Annual Celebrity Sports Auction at Madison Square Garden.
Behavioral health advocates in four states have filed litigation arguing that mentally ill individuals should not be placed in nursing homes and would be better served in community-based facilities or by services provided at home--and stirred up a controversy.