air bed


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air bed

1. A large inflated cushion used as a mattress.
2. An air-fluidized bed.
See also: bed
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I'd consider how long I'd owned the air bed and figure out a prorated amount, or just chalk it up to wear and tear.
Meradiso Double Air Bed - PS13.99, from Lidl, available from Thursday.
Was PS14.50, now PS7 SAVE: PS7.50 The air bed Regatta flocked double camping air bed, Argos, www.argos.co.uk.
He endured fog, bitterly cold temperatures - and the discomfort of a broken air bed after queueing from 8.30 last night.
However, with the help of the NHS loan service, we received equipment including a special air bed.
Ten minutes later when my thighs were being wibbled one way and then the next by powerful jets of salty water, and my insides were being jiggled by a vibrating air bed, I started to wonder if I'd made the right decision.
Contract notice: Supply, delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance of a fluidized air bed for galenic research and development intended for ageps.
He said: "Because I'm quite tall it took my about 15 minutes to get the best position on the air bed. It also took me about 35 minutes to try to use the air pump on it.
I only ask because the other day me and my girlfriend spent quite a bit of money on a brand-spanking new, state-of-the-art, self-inflating air bed.
SIR - The Monmouth MP, David Davies, has told all about his camping exploits of having to sleep on an air bed in his office after apparently failing to find an overnight stay near Westminster for less than the parliamentary allowance limit of pounds 130.
Prosecutors told a court how a mother accused of murdering her eight-year-old son put him on an air bed and walked into the sea with him.