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  • Infirm aunt under broken F train! and wandering in 25 minutes late like nothing's wrong.

    A New Yorker's Guide to the Series

  • Infirm neighbor update: She has refused to talk to us since Thurs morning when I stopped by to check on her.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • Infirm governments have become dependent on SBMs as to availability of funds and costs, where big private investors are banks, insurance companies, pension and other asset funds.

    SBMs are Forces to be Reckoned With

  • They included among their ranks “The Widow, the Orphan, the Aged, and Infirm, whose only hope to screen them from the most wretched Poverty, depends on the Payment of the Stipulated Interest.”

    Robert Morris

  • Widowed and alone after the death of her children, Cohen retired from practice in 1887 and entered Touro Infirmary in February 1888, as a resident of their Department of the Aged and Infirm, later called the Julius Weis Home for the Aged.

    Elizabeth D. A. Cohen.

  • As founder of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, McCrory spent her life caring for the elderly and ailing in long-term care facilities operated by the sisters.

    Archive 2009-05-17

  • Bootkoski formally opened the Diocese of Metuchen's investigation into an alleged miracle being attributed to McCrory, the late founder of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm.

    Archive 2009-05-17

  • Infirm for thirty-eight years, the man asks Jesus to help him get to the waters for healing.

    Reposition Yourself

  • These will be apportioned respectively in the Aged, to the chronically Infirm, to Orphans, to the Mentally Defective, and to the other portions of the community considered suitable for Institutions.

    G.K.'s Weekly - The Break-up of Local Government

  • He is out of Longview (Home for Mentally Infirm) now fo 'a while, and he jes' wanders around, and wo'ks a little.

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Ohio Narratives

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