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(flōr), [TA]
The lower inner surface of an open space or hollow organ.
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Patient care A ward or place in a hospital or medical center where Pts are housed, usually for non-emergent or non-urgent care
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Patient discussion about floor

Q. Is it healthy to do Abdominal Sit-Up on the floor without mattress? during sit-Up without mattress I felt pain in the lower back, and I'm afraid that it might be harmful on the long run

A. Absolutely not!
I used to do it at the gym on a very thin carpet. Ended up at my orthopedic doctor with a lot of pain at my lower back. The doctor told me to abstain workout for the next 2 weeks and warned me to always use a mattress.

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The screeder had got rid of most of the undulations and slope but didn't spend enough time getting the top side spot on.
FlexiDry F1, F2 and F3 come with the drying times of 7, 14 and 21 days, offering great flexibility to the screeder because all it takes is an alteration of the volume of FlexiDry liquid screed additive that is to be added to the cement-sand mixture to achieve the desired drying time in case of a sudden plan change.
"He has this machine, a screeder. It's a machine that actually exists, and it helps make lots of extremely solid concrete filler.