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Things infirmary often describes (“infirmary ________”)
hall, directors, door, building, chapel, patients, wards, care, cloister, buildings, ward, staff, bed, fee, room, nurse, beds, corps, nurses, window, garden, records, rooms, tent, kitchen, wing, facilities, director, order, cases, work, doctor, grounds, service, floor, area, barracks, attendant, practice, wall, fees, cell, attendants, section, times, annex, complex, suffering, visits, windows, managers, farm, block, board, site, personnel, office, list, doors, table, hospital, entrance, gates, surgeon, surgeons, department, passage, authorities, hut, physician, space, funds, cook, steps, doctors, patient, gate, walls, floors, nursing, pond, reports, inmates, accommodation, doorway, workers, halls, amended, duty

How infirmary often is described (“________ infirmary”)
new, old, small, bed, local, general, large, dental, royal, public, makeshift, monastic, present, little, regimental, temporary, vast, separate, military, private, nearby, special, former, main, equipped, modern, adequate, medical, poor, excellent, poorhouse, grand, mesmeric, nearest, commodious, called, huge, floor, workhouse, famous, perfect, tiny, empty, provincial, charitable, parochial, overcrowded, inmate, spacious, manchester, municipal, melancholy, county, glasgow, leeds, century, coloured, veterinary, crowded, rudimentary, silent, bohemian, veritable, house, sterile, celebrated, detached, prisoner, infant, state

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