hospital window

hospital window, hopper window

A hopper light, 1 having a hopper, 2 on each side to prevent drafts.
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To date Amy has raised around PS12,000 for the Sofia's Rainbow charity, so called because on the morning Sofia was born Amy could see a rainbow from her hospital window.
To date Amy has raised around [pounds sterling]12,000 for the Sofia's Rainbow charity, so called because on the morning Sofia was born Amy could see a rainbow from her hospital window.
Luckily, the baby survived the fall as she landed on the grass below the hospital window in Vasai.
Research by the NHS has shown patient recovery rates improve if they can view trees from their hospital window, while studies in America have shown that access to nature reduces stress, anxiety and improves work performance and satisfaction.
If you looked out the hospital window that Call the Midwife star Jessica Raine was pushed through in the first episode of series two, you'd have seen Broad Street in the background.
Life and death exist on a continuum in the collective memory," Rossi wrote while he himself wavered between the two states, staring out the hospital window at the blue of the sky and the green of the garden.
Don't give up" — while his girlfriend, 30-year-old Francesca Pascale, was pictured in local media wiping away tears while looking out from a hospital window.
We are shown the rain coursing down the hospital window, melding the idea of the self with an understanding of the beauty and inexorability of the external world.
A PSYCHIATRIC patient jumped out of a hospital window before being run over by a car.

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