him bedridden

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  • This left him with back injuries that made him bedridden for several years.
  • This left him bedridden for days after his band's performance.
  • After a work-related accident, which left him bedridden for a time, he began playing accordion.
  • Immediately after his ordination, he came down with an illness that kept him bedridden for a year.
  • He was forced to stop making films when appendicitis left him bedridden, and some newspapers reported that he had died.
  • At six he suffered from a grave gastroenteritis, which kept him bedridden for a long time.
  • The sickness left him bedridden for two months, bordering on death several times.
  • A second stroke, while in Paris, left him bedridden for nine months until he died at the age of forty.
  • However, an automobile accident left him bedridden for over a year.
  • Soon after his arrival there he was confined to his bed by a sickness that kept him bedridden for twelve years.
  • Soon after this, her father suffers a stroke, leaving him bedridden.
  • The illness left him bedridden for two years.
  • Sunye was raised by her grandparents because her mother died when she was very young and her father suffered from a health condition that kept him bedridden.
  • In 1948, he suffered a massive stroke that left him bedridden for the rest of his life.
  • His third stroke in March 1923 left him bedridden and unable to speak though he was still able to communicate through writing.
  • But Carter was absent due to a severe illness that had left him bedridden.
  • Uncle Miles had succumbed to gastroenteritis, which had left him bedridden for days.
  • While visiting his uncle and aunt in Cambridge he became ill with osteomyelitis of the hip, which left him bedridden for two years.
  • However, in 1934, he was forced to interrupt his studies because of a serious bone disease which kept him bedridden for two years.
  • A 1996 spinal fusion was finally successful, though not after an extended recovery that left him bedridden for six months.
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