“Most people are living in either tents or what they call her barracks which are temporary houses made out of very thin plywood.”
“They come for one-week periods and stay in barracks at the group's headquarters in a cavernous former hardware store just a few blocks from the shore.”
“Mr. KUEFFNER: No. Actually, he went to speak to them, to one of the main barracks here in Quito, the capital.”
“Prisoners were housed, according to nationality, in barracks in sections joined together and separated by the surrounding barbed wire.”
“It is the Jail, Juvenile or other wise and in barracks as U S A has to recognise it and every where as a biological need or as psychological console.”
“Again, your cognitive disconnect — all the same things that can happen with ‘open’ homosexuals can happen with ‘closeted’ ones or even without any at all — most sexual harassment in mono-gender barracks is between heterosexual males (again do you have no locker room experience at all?)”
“In some countries, AJR use rates from soldiers at peace in barracks, while in others, they use rates from soldiers on campaign.”
“New recruits go through a ten-day session of literal boot camp, wearing military-style outfits and living in barracks on the grounds.”
“I agree with one of the comments above that issue of who showers with whom in the close living environment of a military barracks is not one that can easily be solved.”
“Randall Edwards sits on the reconstructed bed in barracks # 1 where he slept 65 years ago.”
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The Book is "Bird by Bird" by Anne Lamott. (Great book!)
Looking for tweets for barracks.