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  • He was in the arty too, started out at Gallipoli and then went to the western front where he was gassed, sent to England to recouperate where they thought he had TB and stuck him in a sanitorium and then when he recovered it was back to France.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Anzac Day

  • One of their band members has apparently taken really sick, and they came home to recouperate a bit.

    Long and Short of It Tour - Cancelled

  • Now I'm looking for an intensive 1mth course by the beach (need to recouperate from Mex pollution!)

    Spanish courses at the beach

  • It boiled down to everyone staying home yesterday to recouperate.

    phluid61 Diary Entry

  • I figured she probobly needed a day off every once in a while to recouperate from being so worked up all the time.

    super-suzan Diary Entry

  • Saturday I just laid low and tried to recouperate.

    badger Diary Entry

  • After a few hours to recouperate at home, opening presents and drinking more champagne, I was taken out for dinner by A. to our favourite old-world Parisian bistro/restaurant/bar called The European they serve their complimentary bread with a pot of aioli, which makes it by that fact alone A's favourite restaurant ever!

    Birthday treats

  • When I got home, I still had one day off, so I got to lay around and try to recouperate for a day before going back to work.

    wilberteets Diary Entry

  • And I'm still trying to recouperate from that whole weekend.

    badbadzoot Diary Entry

  • I'm so relieved to be back home again and sleep in my own bed and just recouperate from it all. .yet, deep down ..

    mesocyclone Diary Entry

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