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wardroom

1. the quarters assigned to the officers (except the captain) of a warship
2. the officers of a warship collectively, excepting the captain
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HMS Plymouth played an integral part in the Falklands conflict and the ward room was where the Argentinian forces in South Georgia signed their surrender.
Hugh, who had cerebral palsy, died five days after he choked on the burger in an isolated ward room.
CUTLINE: (1) Developmentally disabled men wait in a ward room in the 1970s at the Fernald School in Waltham.
Few of us had ever heard of him before and he could have cavorted in the ward room entirely unnoticed.
We let her fly through the house, whereas on the ship she was confined to the officer's ward room and only allowed out to fly once a month.
The couple were given a Champagne reception in the ward room before seeing the ship's departure from Britannia Quay from its bridge.
Proud parents Anthony, 30, and Kelly, 20, were joined by family and friends for their first son's christening in the officers' ward room of HMS Newcastle which docked at Spillar's Wharf in Walker last week for a 25th anniversary visit.
The Prince was visiting the air station to open its new pounds 10 million pound ward room which replaces an old Second World War building he stayed in himself while serving as a helicopter pilot in 1975.
That time - a slow Sunday in October 1940, sitting with her husband, Chief Engineer George Brewer Gooding, in the ward room aboard the minesweeper, USS Bittern, in Manilla Harbor in the Philippines.
In other words, a pulse oximeter along side a patient's bed, in a regular ward room, where the nurse may come by every two or three hours to check, seems ridiculous, if a patient is sick enough to require monitoring with pulse oximetry, the should be in a monitored unit with close nursing supervision.