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without a bed

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A case in triviality is that of the physician who complained that 'clinic' is used to mean bedless institutions such as dispensaries and out-patient departments, whereas the Greek work kline means 'bed.
Recounting her nights in the bedless, unheated punishment cell (shizo), Ratushinskaia writes of experiencing vivid, beautiful dreams: "In just about all these dreams you can fly.
I was knickerless, moneyless and bedless in Los Angeles.
In the last stanza, "No-one" emerges at the bedside, personified in a "gown ratty from seawater and sand and from bedless cubicles / bedowned by whirling feathered things" (10).
Informed by authorities that he will receive leniency if he confesses to his "crime," Jack is confined to a bare, bedless cell and confronted by a Red Army general whose daughter was the murder victim before being put on trial before a strict female judge (Tsai Chin).
To provide employment for the involuntarily unemployed, warm places for the cold, beds for the bedless, food for the hungry, love for the unloved, compassion for the homeless, and encouragement for the despairing.
TENSE: With Reid weeks ago BEDLESS BEAUTY Chantelle looking upset at her flat on Friday
The worst affected hospitals were those in Dublin with 27 people bedless in the Mater and 31 people in Beaumont.
City Hospital has been designated as the site for a new bedless hospital - an ambulatory care centre - which will offer hi-tech, rapid diagnosis and treatment.
The result was bedless bedlam, with hordes of punters bawling, ballistic, bewildered or bevvied.
POLE-AXED: Bedless Keith' IN THE PINK: Margaret shows off some moves in her boudoir
City Hospital was designated as the site for a new breed of bedless hospital - an ambulatory care centre - although the health authority said this would be built alongside existing wards.
7 AVOID arriving into a country late at night and make sure you book ahead for your first few nights' accommodation so that you don't find yourself bedless when you first arrive in a foreign country.
And bedless hospital centres will be created to provide high-speed, high-tech treatment on existing hospital sites.
The hospital is to pioneer new bedless treatment centres, called ambulatory care centres, which will combine high-tech medicine and organisation.