diseased person

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It must be a science that is empirically based, tested in diseased persons.
Around ten diseased persons have been recently registered in the village of Kalachi.
Moreover, the ignorant masses is another major factor responsible for the rising number of the diseased persons in Pakistan.
However, about 150 trapped old, diseased persons besides women and children were rescued on Monday by 100-odd country boats.
Law and Information minister Senthamizhan visited the hospital and pay homage to the diseased persons and console other patients.
In each of the chapters, Aberth follows a similar pattern: he addresses epidemiological issues (cause, transmission, symptoms, mortality); then moves to demographic, social, and political impact; followed by a discussion of cultural reaction, whether manifested in art, funerary rites, or the social construction of diseased persons as "unclean" or "perverse" or in some other way targets of exclusion.
Obviously, Mary would have to be a woman who felt free to disregard the Jewish laws that governed them--the laws of purity, which included prohibitions against handicapped and diseased persons, which prohibited a woman to befriend a man not her kinsman.