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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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About The Court Hostel: This affordable accommodation for travellers is situated in central London, making it very convenient for boarders.
However, case studies of former boarders paint quite a different picture.
They called on the Lebanese President Michel Suleiman to deploy the army on boarders with Syria.
For stand-up paddle boarders in the West Midlands have been making the most of widespread flooding by exploring areas that they wouldn't normally be able to across the region.
Its opening, in September, will mean that additional space will be available for girl boarders.
So fast trackers and speedy boarders all had to wait.
The Daily Post can reveal Liverpool College has reopened to boarders, aged 16-19, after agreeing a long-term deal with the University of Liverpool to lease part of its Derby Old Court halls of residence, in Mossley Hill.
On Monday, the police flushed out non- boarders from the Osmania University ( OU) hostels -- the nerve centre of the Telangana agitation -- claiming Maoists and other anti- social elements had infiltrated the Telangana movement.
Bus boarders are provided to assist those members of the public who, through infirmity or old age, have difficulty accessing buses due to the height of the step.
According to Wendy Gamber, between one-third and one-half of nineteenth-century urban residents were either boarders or took in boarders.
Maybe Rachel buys into the stereotype of boarders as out of control and thoughtless.
Shumak's Boarding House is the wry story of widow Mary Shumak and the seven boarders in her ragtag Pennsylvania house.