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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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Boarders then walk over to the school cafeteria for breakfast.
Lack of boarder line access route in the area has made it difficult for patrol teams to access the furthest point and illegal smuggling of goods to and from South Africa is a serious concern,' he stated.
The list of the boarder students was provided by the Student Affairs section and was also confirmed from the individual students as well.
This means we need volunteer dog boarders to take the dogs in the evening and at weekends for the 12 weeks of their advanced training to provide a calm, secure and loving temporary home.
According to Austrian authorities, no reports of the perpetrator have been made on the Austrian side of the boarder.
To find out more about becoming a guide dog boarder, call 07766 367081.
Your volunteer boarder role will mean you have made a vital contribution to a person with sight loss being able to live life on their own terms and do many things that we take for granted.
To find out more about becoming a volunteer training boarder please contact 08453727423 or claire.
The missile was launched after several mortars were fired from the Syrian side of the boarder.
While works of fiction paint a whimsical rather than a realistic picture of the life of a boarder, they nevertheless constitute a popular representation of this environment and its inhabitants.
al-Norian, Deputy Director General of Boarder Affairs in the Islamic Republic of Iran and his accompanying delegation, currently visiting the Sultanate to take part in 12th meeting of the coast guard officials between Sultanate and Iran.
Shinde will visit the floating boarder outposts of Boarder Security Force at Dhamakhali in North 24 Pargana District.