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Comfort

An important design objective in sustainable building. Designing for comfort aims to create a space that people enjoy; such qualitative, performance-based objectives are a hallmark of sustainable building.
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Meanwhile, sixth seed Hamza comfortably sent Shaban packing 4-1 (61-36, 28-60, 66-17, 64-29, 53-13) to set the final date with Kamran.
[USA], Oct 24 ( ANI ): According to a study, to be able to comfortably talk about your sexual identity - with family members specifically - is associated with reduced stress.
In the 13 years since 2005, between 72% and 79% of retirees (including 78% this year) have reported that they had enough money to live comfortably. Retirees were slightly more positive in the first years of Gallup's trend, with 83% saying they were comfortable in 2003 and 2004.
The Gunners poor showing saw them comfortably disposed of by a City side that had been overthrown by Wigan in the FA Cup last week and didn't need to hit top gear at Wembley.
Peach, The Chair Shop, will make sure you're sitting comfortably
Four people can sit around it comfortably, but a couple more could squeeze in at a pinch.
Either results will pick up between now and then and the Toon are comfortably -- or comfortably-ish -- out of the bottom three then I can see Benitez (left) being given a few quid to bring in a couple of new players.
There were a lot of terrific players on the pitch even though combined the managers made 21 changes from the weekend, and both teams played comfortably in the first team style.
Next morning the house was comfortably warm but when I went for my walk, I discovered it was also comfortably warm outside, as well.
This neatly rhymed, excellent narrative is carefully designed to encourage reading, with its remarkable changes in colour we see its young reader sitting, comfortably but, from time to time, being somewhat irritated by a busy bee, by a hooting owl or by noisy adult boots.
Chief executive, Tomas Spurny, said, 'We will very comfortably remain within the level of 100 basis points, at the moment, when we annualise, the cost of risk is at 80 basis points for this year and we can't see any reason, why this should change and we will comfortably remain within the guidance of 100 basis points.'
Financial worries are also substantially greater among Americans who say they don't have enough money to live comfortably than those who feel they do have enough.