• due to sickness
  • 病気のために
  • in sickness and in health
  • 病めるときも健やかなるときも
  • sickness benefit
  • ((英))疾病手当
  • A 30% sickness rate and a three-week length of illness would decrease the gross domestic product by 5%.
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  • Antioxidants are widely used in dietary supplements and have been investigated for the prevention of diseases such as cancer, coronary heart disease and even altitude sickness.
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  • As her sickness advances and his inventor father (John Turturro) grows increasingly distant, the boy is sent to live with his two eccentric uncles (Maury Chaykin and Michael Richards).
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  • At the time, McLean—the expedition's chief surgeon and one of the men who had remained at Cape Denison—attributed their sickness to colitis; Mawson wrote in The Home of the Blizzard, his official account of the expedition, that Mertz died of fever and appendicitis.
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  • Atangana lobbied in his later life for public health causes, such as the eradication of sleeping sickness.
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  • By Operation Charnwood's conclusion, Allied losses since 6 June had amounted to over 30,000 men, excluding those who had been evacuated due to sickness or those suffering from battle exhaustion.
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  • Cook attributed the sickness to polluted drinking water, and ordered that it be purified with lime juice, but this had little effect.
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  • Countenance pale and ghastly, forehead covered with cold perspiration, cold and stiffened extremities, and sickness and oppression at the stomach, with frequent convulsive shudders, difficult respiration, and great constitutional alarm.
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  • Decompression sickness occurs in divers who decompress too quickly after a dive, resulting in bubbles of inert gas, mostly nitrogen and helium, forming in their blood.
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  • Fletcher's plan provided discounts for members who engaged in healthier behavior, which he called a transition from a sickness initiative to a wellness initiative.
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  • He argued that such a late departure with a company consisting of the elderly, women and young children would lead to suffering, sickness and even death.
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  • He was rushed to a hospital, and died of radiation sickness nine days later on 30 May, the second victim of a criticality accident in history.
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  • Her parents were very protective of her, attempting to ensure that she was never exposed to the risk of sickness or even the sight of poverty.
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  • In addition to the thorough literature search, she had investigated hundreds of individual incidents of pesticide exposure and the human sickness and ecological damage that resulted.
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  • Judd traveled between the summit and the Recruiting Station to tend the many who suffered from altitude sickness or had worn out their shoes on the rough rock.
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  • Likewise, divers who undergo treatment of decompression sickness are at increased risk of oxygen toxicity as treatment entails exposure to long periods of oxygen breathing under hyperbaric conditions, in addition to any oxygen exposure during the dive.
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  • Much of its human population has died and its plant and animal life are slowly being killed by sickness to punctuate humanity's despair.
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  • Nordin had to leave the band because of his sickness and was replaced by bassist Gustaf Hielm during the tour.
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  • Partly because of financial troubles, his life at home with Barbara was unpleasant, marred with bickering and bouts of sickness.
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  • Peter forced him to participate in the parties even when Zotov claimed sickness and exhaustion.
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  • Studies of the effects of these smaller releases, as well as of the widespread radiation poisoning sickness and death following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, have provided considerable information regarding the dangers, symptoms and prognosis of radiation poisoning.
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  • The 1806 and 1815 sessions were delayed because of outbreaks of sickness in Philadelphia; the one in 1812 was held a month late because of a heavy snowstorm which prevented the commissioners from reaching the Mint.
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