“Mrs. Carter, greatly delighted with Lynn's company, hurried obediently up the stairs and Lynn met the interloper, supplied her with the cup of salt she had come for this time, said Mrs. Carter was upstairs making the beds and she wouldn't bother her to come down, -- _beds, _ mind you, as if Mark was at home of course -- and Mrs. Frost went back across the street puzzled and baffled and resolved to come back later for an egg after that forward young daughter of the minister was gone.”
“It has a turquoise rug, and light-blue wallpaper designed by the artist Rob Wynne with lavender flies; twin beds have their initials embroidered on the pillows.”
“Like when that dirt-bag claimed that the tax on tanning beds is ‘racist’ because it targets ‘light skinned people’.”
“But the most remarkable feature of the Somnus-Neu beds is the “data chain” that links them together.”
“The one occupied by the NCOs is a perfect example of artistic skill in woodwork, looking like any pleasant living-room during day-time but being transformed into a tidy bedroom in a few minutes by lowering ingenious folding-beds from the wall.”
“When Mathis noticed they'd been booked into rooms with twin beds, she called to protest.”
“Each of the unit's 25 beds is connected to a monitored telemetry arrhythmia station.”
“After accepting her offer of “welcome” glass of orange juice (mmm, orangey), I made my way up to my upstairs, second floor room, which was small – with two twin beds, a desk that was clearly constructed for a 8-year old, and a dingy looking shower (which I ignored for now … sleep was calling me greater than cleanliness) – and quickly crashed.”
“The slash in hospital beds is relatively minor compared to the ravaging that Higher Education is about to take in Utah.”
“NYC, or L.A. The slash in hospital beds is relatively minor compared to the ravaging that Higher Education is about to take in Utah.”
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