One such home, in the city of Sochi, used to be a sanitarium.
Then I began to tell people at the sanitarium and wired my friends in Berlin advising them how to get out of Germany.
Are you sure they spoke about my uncle, and property and a sanitarium?
Only the lowest and most brutal types of nurses and servants were willing to remain for any length of time at the sanitarium.
There ahead of him, perched on the cliff, at the foot of which the river flowed, was the sanitarium.
They knew that he, Ken, had been put in a sanitarium; all of them had heard his wild story about sealmen.
The fellow was attired in the uniform of an attendant at the sanitarium.
It was abandoned long ago as a military post but is still owned by the government and used as a sanitarium for tuberculosis.
We can take that ladder to the woods near the sanitarium on the back of a donkey.
On his visit to the sanitarium he had noticed that, at the foot of the cliff, there flowed a stream of water.
sanitarium san·i·tar·i·um (sān'ĭ-târ'ē-əm)