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room

 [ro̳m]
a place in a building enclosed and set apart for occupancy or for the performance of certain procedures.
birthing room a hospital room that is utilized for labor and delivery. It is decorated in a homelike, comfortable fashion and contains a specially equipped bed that can be adjusted for delivery. Specialized equipment is often concealed.
emergency room popular term for emergency department.
labor, delivery, recovery room a birthing room or suite so equipped that a patient can remain in the same room throughout the birthing experience.
labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum room a birthing room or suite so equipped that a patient can remain in the same room throughout the birthing experience and into the postpartum period.
operating room one especially equipped for the performance of surgical operations.

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Abbreviation for operating room.

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abbr.
1. operating room
2. operations research
3. Oregon

OR

1. Odds ratio.
2. Operating room, operating suite.
3. Informatics A word used in programming that expands the available logical choices, such that either of 2 conditions may be met for a sequence of data flow or for processing to be allowed.

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Abbreviation for operating room.
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Notwithstanding, God does not wish we live in hell on earth so we can enjoy heaven in the life after.
Because Forti's article focused on complex theological arguments whose validity can be (with difficulty) contested, her refutation of the traditional interpretation was unheeded--especially by American Dantisti--and the idea that Dante imagined Satan excavating hell through his fall has persisted in the writings of some of the most eminent specialists of recent years, among them Remo Ceserani (1998), Lino Fertile (2007), Teodolinda Barolini (2010), Molly G Morrison and Richard Lansing (2010), and Giuseppe Mazzotta (2014).
"Why, this is hell," replies Mephistopheles, "nor am I out of it." Equally all-encompassing was the atheist Jean-Paul Sartre's own conception: "Hell is other people."
Religious texts and literary works are sourced and quoted to aid in answering ever-burning questions about hell, helping to form a proper idea of the fires that await in the afterlife.
To which she snapped back, "The painter got it all wrong women don't go to Hell, women own Hell." Religious leaders do not trivialize Hell like we sinners do.
71), "as rich as the Qur'an is in eschatological ideas and images, it only provides the skeleton for the variegated body of texts that form the Islamic tradition of imagining paradise and hell." And just as the Quran pictures paradise and hell in intimately concrete and worldly terms, this is even more the case in the tradition materials.
On the other hand, the church has never named anyone who must be in hell. Rahner continues, "The existence of the possibility that freedom will end in eternal loss stands alongside the doctrine that the world and the history of the world as a whole will in fact enter into eternal life with God." Hell is a necessary, logical possibility but not a certain reality.
"The nature of the problem is different in Purgatory and Hell," writes Inker.
Both Hell and Dark0de are only accessible with the anonymity browser Tor.
Gun-toting action is all set for Middle East and North Africa in the form of the highly acclaimed post-Civil War series Hell on Wheels with its first ever showing in the region, scheduled for May 2015.
Downing says, "While 'Awake in Hell' discussed Louise's own redemption, 'Remembering Hell, is more about letting loved ones take their own paths, whether it be toward amazing success or total destruction."