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The mother and daughter were separated shortly after birth by a bout of tuberculosis that sent Ms. Bettencourt to a sanatorium for several years.
As work continues to transform a 20,000-square-foot former sanatorium nurses home in Crown Point into the Classical Arts Centre, Indiana Ballet Theatre seeks funds for the project's second phase.
In 1931, Princess Alice suffered from a nervous breakdown and she was confined to a sanatorium in Switzerland.
Major Hayes later sold Waverly Hills to the Board of Tuberculosis, who opened a sanatorium in the early 1900s.
Menasse’s narrative embraces worlds far removed from Vienna: wartime England and a tuberculosis sanatorium in Canada and also the jungles of Burma where two British soldiers are killed by tins of pineapple dropped from a supply plane.
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Origin and Etymology of sanatorium
First Known Use: 1839See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of sanatorium
- a tuberculosis sanatorium
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