sick bay


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sick bay

(1) The infirmary on a ship; ship hospital.
(2) Treatment clinic on a Marine base.
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This museum welcomes them aboard, then points the way to the bridge, the flight deck, the engineering room, sick bay, the crew's mess and the berthing spaces.
Don Eager, on the Marine Adder, developed a toothache and was sent to the sick bay.
Founded in 1993, it boasts a well-stocked library, computer and science labs, a sick bay and clinic, and trained academic staff.
Lee, the crafty guard who missed the last two games of the Governors' Cup semifinal playoffs won by Meralco last October, set a new season high of 30 points in his return from sick bay for Magnolia which blasted Alaska, 108-95.
Tenders are invited for Addn / Altn, improvement to dental lab in sick bay and Provision of sheds at certain locations, Road furniture at certain location & Venetian blinds in administrative office accn (bldg P-106) at INS Valsura, Jamnagar
The Argentine was joined in the Magpies sick bay by Yohan Cabaye.
Official figures are expected to reveal the pace of the recovery accelerated slightly in the third quarter of 2011 but economists have warned the UK remains in the sick bay.
Other companies that have come out of the sick bay are Braithwaite and Co, Kolkata; Bridge & Roof, Kolkata; MECON; Mineral Exploration Corporation, Nagpur and Bharat Pumps and Compressors, Allahabad.
The feat will help fund the refurbishment of an orphanage's sick bay for children aged three to six.
Emma went to the ship's sick bay on the Tuesday before she was found dead but no one was there because she visited at the wrong time.
The 20-year-old Army cadet spent a night in the sick bay after falling ill on Thursday.
Another 12 sailors were treated at the naval base's sick bay.