had become seriously ill

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  • Meanwhile, Wang Shuwen's mother had become seriously ill to the point of near death.
  • His father, who had become seriously ill, died aged 44 in 1904.
  • Vatatzes, who had become seriously ill, met Lampardas' army near Philadelphia.
  • He had become seriously ill, and, after a few days of indisposition, which had puzzled the country practitioners, breathed his last. Cited from Varney the Vampire, by Thomas Preskett Prest
  • Shubik was subsequently offered a twelve month contract with the National Film Board of Canada but was unable to take up the position as both of her parents had become seriously ill.
  • He traveled to Montreal in February 1805 with plans to go to the United States after he had become seriously ill in November of the previous year.
  • By October 1940, however, Prince Chichibu had become seriously ill with pulmonary tuberculosis, and led a retired life from then on.
  • In 1904, Hitler had become seriously ill and was bedridden due to a serious lung ailment.
  • However, these aircraft never landed until 9 February 1959, when a resident had become seriously ill, and needed to be flown to mainland Norway for treatment.
  • Wally, who had been performing in the Golden Horseshoe Revue for seven years, explained that one of his fellow cast members had become seriously ill and urged Fulton to take over the role.
  • Tutu, however, did not relent in his hopes to have Li Yun made crown prince, even by 820, when Emperor Xianzong had become seriously ill.
  • Despite the fact that she had become seriously ill, in 1996 Tera de Marez Oyens married the renowned cartoonist Marten Toonder.
  • In 1863, he went to Canada to visit his uncle, Arthur Hamilton-Gordon, who was then Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, aboard the ship, Pomona, but returned home a year later, after hearing his father had become seriously ill.
  • Of these, all except William Butten, who died upon the voyage, reached Cape Cod in safety, though some of them had become seriously ill from the hardships encountered, and Howland had narrowly escaped drowning. Cited from The Mayflower and Her Log by Azel Ames v4
  • On Tuesday, the 6th, the whole house was in confusion: Mr. Blandy had become seriously ill in the night, with symptoms of violent pain, vomiting, and purging. Cited from Trial of Mary Blandy, edited by William Roughead
  • Lowen became BBC Athens correspondent in autumn 2011, replacing Malcolm Brabant, who had become seriously ill following a routine inoculation against Yellow Fever.
  • While on honeymoon in Switzerland John Smedley had become seriously ill and returned to England to recuperate at the hydropathic establishment at Ben Rhydding, in Yorkshire, and later to take the waters at Cheltenham.
  • On July 2, 1971, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a public warning after learning that a Westchester County, New York man had died and his wife had become seriously ill from botulism after partly eating a can of Bon Vivant vichyssoise soup.
  • Officials notified Pam McGuire that her husband, deployed to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, in support of ONW, had become seriously ill and was being medically evacuated to a hospital in Germany -- Mrs. McGuire arrived 24 hours later and SSgt McGuire recovered.
  • Kurt Grotrian had become seriously ill in the late 1920s, and in 1928 he made his two sons Erwin (1899-1990) and Helmut (1900-1977) shareholders.