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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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The suspect was arrested on August 5 after the female boarder filed a complaint with the Sampaloc Police Station.
On Monday, Nodalo was arrested after the female boarder filed a complaint at the Sampaloc Police Station.
The meeting was also decided that the boarder management force and Customs would enhance collaboration with other departments for effective outcomes.
Volunteer boarders drop off and pick up the dog in arrangement with our trainer each morning and evening and have the dog over weekends.
"Boarders will look after the dog in evenings and weekends but should be flexible if the dog is not required for training that day.
They are in need of care and protection," Mr Limo said.Detectives are also probing the school to establish how the two boarders escaped' from the school.
Co-founder of the company, only established on January 22, Soli Ammar had the idea to attract pupils from other countries as boarders when he was on a trip to Russia.
"I can imagine it's going to affect the economy of Colwyn Bay, as boarders always went into town to spend.
Mendoza's boarder, Michael Villegas, said he also lost his three fighting cocks and a motorcycle.
When Ash and his fellow boarders arrive at Kingsmead, they are matched up with a house parent who makes sure they are looked after and that no student leaves the grounds without telling staff first.
'Importing cotton through land route is forbidden according to Plant Quarantine rules 1967 and should not be permitted through Wagha or Torkham boarders,' Khokhar remarked.