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crib

Slang for one's dwelling place.
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com/KendallxKourt/status/953669502633435142) image does not exactly confirm that the three men are setting up an actual crib.
With an education in engineering, Kakos designed the cribs with simple lines, using organic materials and mother of pearl embellishments.
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.
However, these cribs may be found in the inventory of new and second hand stores, or at garage sales, etc.
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?
The commission data revealed that 48 infant deaths between 1985 and 2012 were specifically attributable to crib bumpers, and that 32 of such deaths could have been prevented if a crib bumper had not been used.
The EcoWaste Coalition said it found high levels of lead in the decorative yellow-painted balls of two wooden cribs bought from furniture stores in Maypajo, Caloocan City, and Sta.
nIf your crib has a drop railing, contact the manufacturer to see about an immobiliser.
The old crib was filled with corn for the last time in 1964.
According to the AAP's October policy statement, crib bumpers are decorative only and serve no safety purpose.
We worked fast and smart to get this truly revolutionary crib mattress in stores,” said Laura Sheridan, president of Viva La Brand.
The new law bans the manufacture, sale and resale of cribs with movable side rails.