He met a waggoner and tried to make him understand, but the tale he told and his appearance were so wild--his hat had fallen
off in the pit--that the man simply drove on.
There he stood for a while with his head and shoulders buried deep in the dust--for he had fallen on sandy soil till his horses kicked him and laid him flat on the ground, as Antilochus lashed them and drove them off to the host of the Achaeans.
Presently he came to himself again, for the breath of the north wind as it played upon him gave him new life, and brought him out of the deep swoon into which he had fallen.
Bloody Mars was stripping him of his armour, and Minerva donned the helmet of Hades, that he might not see her; when, therefore, he saw Diomed, he made straight for him and let Periphas lie where he had fallen. As soon as they were at close quarters he let fly with his bronze spear over the reins and yoke, thinking to take Diomed's life, but Minerva caught the spear in her hand and made it fly harmlessly over the chariot.
Among the fallen
rocks the breakers spouted and bellowed; loud reverberations, heavy sprays flying and falling, succeeded one another from second to second; and I saw myself, if I ventured nearer, dashed to death upon the rough shore or spending my strength in vain to scale the beetling crags.
"That may well be," said the young girl, "for it has many a time happened to me to dream that I was falling down from a tower and never coming to the ground, and when I awoke from the dream to find myself as weak and shaken as if I had really fallen."
(for, as has been said, all the inns he lodged in were castles to his eyes), and that the daughter of the innkeeper was daughter of the lord of the castle, and that she, won by his high-bred bearing, had fallen in love with him, and had promised to come to his bed for a while that night without the knowledge of her parents; and holding all this fantasy that he had constructed as solid fact, he began to feel uneasy and to consider the perilous risk which his virtue was about to encounter, and he resolved in his heart to commit no treason to his lady Dulcinea del Toboso, even though the queen Guinevere herself and the dame Quintanona should present themselves before him.
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from a ship and crew of overturned fishing vessels.
As a proud supporter of the OSHA Stand-Down for the past four years, 3M is committed in helping the construction industry reduce the number of injuries and deaths from falls or fallen
objects, said Travis Betcher, product development manager for 3M Fall Protection.
In addition, training for self-rescue and rescue of fellow workers who have fallen
and are suspended in the air by fall protection equipment should be written into the workplace hazard control program along with emergency response planning (9,10).
The material was sampled through systematic randomisation from inpatient files and data was collected for those who had fallen
inside the hospital.
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This means that a fallen
worker stays closer to their fall point, thereby increasing their chance for self-rescue and reducing their risk of injury.
People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are at high risk of falls, and those who have fallen
once are at greater risk of repeat falls due to previous injuries and a greater fear of falling, according to a new study from the University of Manchester, UK.
The history of falls over the past 2 and 12 months was assessed at baseline with a questionnaire designed specifically for this study that included the following questions: How many times have you fallen
in the past 2 months?