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  • If he was ambulatory, he would almost certainly require a cane or crutches to walk.†   (source)
  • The following morning, during the ambulatory, coffee-tropism phase of preconsciousness, I stumbled across the most damnable, frightening, item in the entire case.†   (source)
  • By that time Jimmy had been morose, and barely ambulatory.†   (source)
  • Tall trees stand beside courtyards and walkways and walls, artful constructions of concrete and stone, which mount the forested hillside, past an ambulatory clinic and a women's clinic, a general hospital, a large Anglican church, a school, a kitchen that prepares meals for about two thousand people daily, and, near the top, a brand-new building for the treatment of tuberculosis.†   (source)
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