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CUPS

critical, unstable, potentially unstable, and stable; patient priority classifications used during the primary assessment of a patient.
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The man saluted and hurried off; and Grayne, following his friend into the library, found him beside the bookstand in the middle of the room, on which were the empty cups.
Two men with two coffee cups did go into the library and did put their cups on the bookstand and did go together to the well, and one of them was a murderer and had put poison in the other's cup.
I had already an ugly, unformed idea of some substitution or reversal of parts; then I stooped to turn the bookstand myself, by accident, and I instantly knew everything, for I saw the two cups revolve once more, like moons in the sky.
Corney rose to get another cup and saucer from the closet.
Bumble resigned his cup without another word; squeezed Mrs.
The Saxon replied not to this politic insinuation, but, rising up, and filling his cup to the brim, be addressed Prince John in these words:
And his infatuation for the cup was, as he declared, a very pure passion, since the circum-stances debarred him from the chief joy of the average collector, that of showing his treasure to his friends.
He bid the cup of gold a ridiculous farewell, wrapped it up in newspaper after newspaper, and finally packed it in the empty biscuit-box.
Without further expostulation or delay, Hester Prynne drained the cup, and, at the motion of the man of skill, seated herself on the bed, where the child was sleeping; while he drew the only chair which the room afforded, and took his own seat beside her.
To make Lemon Ice Cream: Combine milk, cream, lemon zest and 1/2 cup sugar in a heavy saucepan.
Dart developed the process for the cups, builds its own machinery, and has applied for patents.
Pour 118 ml (1/2 cup) of water into each of three plastic cups.