They fell into the bed, straining against each other.
The anti-viral drugs would not offer a cure but could reduce the severity of symptoms although their precise use cannot be assessed until the precise flu strain is identified.
Line a colander or sieve with a couple of layers of cheesecloth and strain the soup.
To finish, strain the infused milk into a clean saucepan, add the breadcrumbs and whisk over a medium heat for two to three minutes until thickened.
The wind filled the sails and the ropes creaked and stretched with the strain as the ship ploughed through the waves splashing the surf at her bows and leaving a white trail behind.
Last year, an estimated 240 people died from the most severe strain of the superbug, which occurs when the infection enters the bloodstream.
Avirulent bacterial strains can, in principle, also cause infections.
on cold days you are more likely to strain a muscle
The gays return the affection with an unexpected strain of patriotism and traditionalism.
Normally HIV can take up to 10 years before it develops into Aids, but the new strain damages the immune system at a far greater rate, so it becomes Aids within a couple of months.