In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cura de reposo feminine
- The manager prescribed a rest cure for his weary Wanderers after admitting they are feeling the strain in the fight for Premiership respectability.
- I just took that decision, when I really needed a rest cure.
- The Run was first built in 1885 by convalescent Englishmen whose physicians had sent them to this pristine corner of Switzerland as a rest cure.
- In fact, a woman's natural state was considered innately flawed and rest cures were advised.
- When Shaun got his knee ligament injury it seemed that John, through a rest cure for his back problem, was on his way back.
- Dennis, who has always been particularly close to him, is concerned about his driver's condition and he believes the rest cure should be enough to get him back to winning form.
- The two struck up a relationship that deepened on his subsequent rest cures.
- From being the darling of Wimbledon in 2002, reaching the third round, she had to spend the back end of 2003 seeing if the rest cure would work.
- At least for its proponents, the rest cure was not intended to be punitive, but rather preventative.
- ‘Taking care of oneself was not a rest cure,’ he comments, it is ‘a true social practice… an intensification of social relations’.
- This excerpt from Dr. Mitchell's book describes his view of the rest cure as a treatment for women's nervous conditions.
- Ironically, he is at this same moment standing in the corridor outside Jane's room, with two other medical professionals who have come to encourage Jane to seek a rest cure in the psychiatric hospital.
- Unlike nervous breakdown, neurasthenia generated hosts of suggested, professionally-sponsored remedies, including rest cures under the guidance of doctors and the burgeoning group of mental health professionals.
- I'm having a rest-cure and I can't see anybody.
- In civilian practice when faced with patients with neurosis and hysteria he developed his "rest cure".
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