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boarder

A patient no longer requiring hospitalization who is provided with meals and lodging in a hospital, usually until other living arrangements can be made.
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Boarder will oversee Brazilian operations and business development for NuPhysicia, the leader in telemedicine medical services for the global energy industry.
NINA reporter said : "The port administration has given priority to trucks carrying perishable goods to cross the boarder , in addition to allowing travelers to cross, to and from Iraqi territory via the port.
With the bankruptcy of Ski Market last year, Eastern Boarder is taking on part of that former snow sports chain's role as an anchor vendor at the 2010 Ski and Snowboard Expo Nov.
borders makes you 15n-180 profit per border is (15n-180)/nif you want a profit per boarder of 10, then 10 = 15-180/n 180/n = 15-10 180/(5)
Our closest boarder lives just three or four miles away but boards because she likes it.
My 12-year-old son is a boarder and he told me that 'it would be totally wack if I excluded snow boarders' and I'm pretty sure I don't want to be wack.
Lot 3 4 students to FEuZ 2 (including 1 boarder transport only Mon and Fri.
Marton Road (southbound) at Belle Vue Shops - bus boarder.
Tanvir Ahmad further stated that more than 62 Pakistanis reached in the boarder area of Libya but they did not have their passports.
towards the lands adjacent to the boarder line with Al-Qararah, local
As an amateur boarder, he's financially backed by Eastern Boarder, the Fitchburg-born, Worcester-based, rider-owned-and-run snow and skateboarding regional retail empire.
In reality, the life of a boarder is quite different.