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crib

(krĭb) [AS. cribbe, manger]
1. A framework around a denture or a natural tooth to serve as a brace or supporting structure.
2. A small bed with long legs and high sides for an infant or young child.
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CRIB

Abbrev. for Clinical Risk Index for Babies. This is a scoring tool for assessing the initial neonatal risk of babies and for comparing the performance of neonatal intensive care units.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Even if it was, the hand craftsmanship and focus on quality materials and work means cutting expenses through mass quantities and cheaper overseas production are not in alignment with our goals for providing quality cribs for babies.
A blog post featured on the company's website reads: "The concern is that there is a small but plausible risk that an infant could move onto or over the side of the crib and suffer injury or death on the side panel if it is left in the half-raised position."
Wouldn't it be more appropriate to determine if crib bumpers actually pose any safety risks to infants and then--only then--consider the need/potential scope of new regulatory requirements?
nIf you have an older crib, check the US Consumer Product Safety Commission's recall list to be sure yours is not affected.
But this year the Seabank crib was moved to outside Porthcawl Library and that is where the vandals struck at some time between Christmas Eve and December 27.
Efforts have been made to improve crib safety, but far too many children are injured in cribs, bassinets and playpens.
Since 2007, the CPSC has recalled more than 11 million drop-side cribs.
Penney were among the entities participating in four separate drop-side crib recalls announced last month by the U.S.
and Canada involves Stork Craft drop-side cribs and Stork Craft drop-side cribs with the Fisher-Price logo.
VINALHAVEN, Maine - The federal government's product safety agency says it's launching an investigation following the death of a 2-year-old boy in a portable crib last weekend on Vinalhaven.
Panaji, Dec 27 (ANI): Christmas might have been over, but the festival spirit still lives on in Goa in form of cribs put out by locals recreating the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem.