bed place

bed place

An alcove into which a bed is located; found, for example, in many houses in Europe and their derivatives.
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Despite its high end rating dorm rooms start at PS20 with a family suite for PS90, while the entire 59 bed place can be hired for PS1,000.
Deep cultivation is essential and if a lawn is used for the new bed place the turf upside down in the trench as you double dig.
Rosen suggests that owners who eat in bed place a mattress pad between the futon and the sheets, lest they spill anything.
While lying face up in bed place a tennis ball in the crook of your neck and apply pressure for about ten minutes.
The total time of execution of the contract will be set to the time resulting from the signing of the contract by reference to the auction price per bed place with breakfast daily, completeness positions and continue while the budgeted amount.
Better recovery rates will reduce relapse and result in reduced pressure on bed places.
In most of the countries, April was the month with the highest occupancy rates of bed places.
Compared with June 2011, net occupancy rates of bed places in the European Union decreased by 2.
The new accommodation block will offer 128 of additional beds including eight twin rooms and after the completion of this block the centre will be able to offer 500 bed places.
Glasgow's use of the so-called "Ambassador" scheme has helped create an economy inwhich400,000 bed places a year are taken up by conference delegates - spending cash in the city.
North Warwickshire NHS Trust, the George Eliot Hospital and other agencies worked as a team to identify how bed places for casualties would be organised, places of safety found for the public and communications kept open.
And he added that, in the past two years, 250 bed places had been lost in the city through nursing home closures because the cost of the homes' upkeep had become greater than their business value.