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Car·rel

(kah-rel'),
Alexis, French-U.S. surgeon and Nobel laureate, 1873-1944. See: Carrel treatment, Carrel-Lindbergh pump, Dakin-Carrel treatment.
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"Even though I had seen the camera before entering the cubicle I was extremely distressed and felt violated that someone could have been watching me," said Fiona Letherby.
The seventh bedroom is on the second floor and has an en-suite shower room with toilet, wash basin and shower cubicle.
Q: If I install a Cubicallar on my cubicle doorway, will my officemates think I'm cool or nerdy?
Today, cubicle refugees face grim alternatives, often working at home and paying for their own workspace as well as health care and retirement, Saval writes.
Sunshine Suites, a competitor that also has three facilities in Manhattan totaling 70,000 square feet, provides conference rooms, Internet access, kitchen and common areas, as well as offices or cubicles. The company, whose most recent facility opened last year in Tribeca, also provides less tangible benefits like networking opportunities and reduced rates on perks like gym memberships.
But, let's face it: The cubicle, or "I" space, is outdated and in desperate need of rethinking.
The company moved Powell to a different cubicle across the room from Kreutz, but Powell continued to demand that Kreutz remove the religious material from her cubicle.
Police said: "The male did have a mobile phone when he came out of the cubicle and he was asked to hand it over to an adult male who was at the pool with the children.
"The size isn't too different from what the cubicle is now," says Marc Gellmann, account manager with Herman Miller Workplace Resource in Denver.
Some four decades ago, furniture manufacturer Herman Miller introduced the "Action Office," the predecessor to today's cubicle.
KnollTextiles' Fall collection focuses on healthcare with the introduction of three multiuse cubicle fabrics.