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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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Claire Ashman, fundraising coordinator for The Joshua Foundation and Comfortably Numb, which opened last December, said: "Comfortably Numb is an extension to The Joshua Foundation family, and the staff are extremely keen to show support for the great work carried out by the charity in any way they can.
The OLS program teaches participants how to live comfortably outdoors and follows minimum-impact practices.
For example, if you run a 45-minute 10K (about a seven and a half-minute pace per mile), you are running essentially as fast as you can comfortably sustain over that length of time.
Olympic 800m bronze medallist Kelly Holmes will be aiming for a second medal of the Games in tomorrow's 1500m final after comfortably qualifying in a season's-best time of four minutes 5.
Trevor Francis's four were in confident form, comfortably winning by the largest margin of the afternoon of 13 shots.
The tenant, which wishes to remain unnamed, requires a long term lease in a Downtown property that can comfortably house approximately 325 people.
The youngest of six children, Huber comfortably assumed her status as the newest Taylor member.
Photos of the Comfortably Greener Q400 are available on the Image Gallery page of the Horizon Air Newsroom.
Berwick made Ulgham's first ever Premier League match a miserable one, as they comfortably sealed an eight-wicket home win.
However, those without enough money to live comfortably are more likely to mention concerns about the immediate costs of living.
A statement on the her official website read: "Joni remains under observation in the hospital and is resting comfortably.
EDEN STAR comfortably boasts the best form on offer, achieved during an outstanding first campaign.