• a sick child
  • 病気の子ども
  • a sick mind
  • 変人
  • call [phone, ((英))ring] in sick
  • 電話で病欠を連絡する
  • sick jokes
  • 悪趣味なジョーク
  • 2.5% of these people were students with jobs, 5.7% looking after home or family, 5.4% permanently sick or disabled and 2.8% economically inactive for other reasons.
  • Wikipedia: Trafford
  • According to his story, a sick man was cured of his disease after eating all the herbs available, as he was not aware which herb was medicinal.
  • Wikipedia: Anekantavada
  • After the party's landing at Calais there was a month's delay at Lille, as first Wolfgang fell sick with tonsillitis, then Leopold suffered prolonged dizziness attacks.
  • Wikipedia: Mozart family grand tour
  • After three months, Marcas appears at the boarding house again, sick and exhausted.
  • Wikipedia: Z. Marcas
  • As of the 2001 UK census, 35.8% of residents aged 16–74 were employed full-time, 11.6% part-time, 5.8% self-employed and 6.2% unemployed, while 1.5% were students with jobs, 3.4% students without jobs, 11.9% retired, 10.6% looking after home or family, 8.5% permanently sick or disabled and 4.8% economically inactive for other reasons.
  • Wikipedia: Sheerness
  • By the first week of January, disease, starvation, and battle had reduced Hyakutake's command to about 14,000 troops, with many of them too sick and malnourished to fight.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Ke
  • Douglas called Downey's departure in favor of the publisher a cheap gimmick and made no attempt to reach a rapprochement with the senator, who entered Bethesda Naval Hospital for treatment in early April, and was on sick leave from Congress for several months.
  • Wikipedia: United States Senate election in California, 1950
  • Due to the widespread fear and ignorance of AIDS, the principal and later the school board assented so that the rest of the students would not get sick.
  • Wikipedia: Ryan White
  • Elizabeth's poor impression of his character is confirmed at a later gathering at Lucas Lodge and she and Darcy verbally clash on the two nights she spends at Netherfield caring for the sick Jane.
  • Wikipedia: Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV serial)
  • He graduated from Hall High School with a National Merit Scholarship, and helped take their swim team to the state championship, filling in for a sick teammate by swimming two legs of a relay.
  • Wikipedia: Wesley Clark
  • He particularly favored clemency for the incurably sick so they could go home to die with their families.
  • Wikipedia: Luke P. Blackburn
  • Healthy pelicans can usually cope with their lice, but sick birds may carry hundreds of individuals, which hastens their demise.
  • Wikipedia: Pelican
  • His father is in another block, sick with dysentery.
  • Wikipedia: Night (book)
  • However, the coyote is not able to bring down large animals, and the result of this lack of a top predator on these populations was a marked increase in lame and sick megafauna.
  • Wikipedia: Yellowstone National Park
  • In 1177 he performed the funeral services for William of Montferrat, husband of Baldwin IV's sister Sibylla, when the patriarch of Jerusalem, Amalric of Nesle, was too sick to attend.
  • Wikipedia: William of Tyre
  • In 1615, Ursula Reingold, a woman in a financial dispute with Kepler's brother Christoph, claimed Kepler's mother Katharina had made her sick with an evil brew.
  • Wikipedia: Johannes Kepler