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crib

Slang for one's dwelling place.
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We now know that keeping a crib bare can help reduce the chances of death or injury.
Initially, fans thought that the crib was sent to Jenner's house by her old Kim Kardashian.
With an education in engineering, Kakos designed the cribs with simple lines, using organic materials and mother of pearl embellishments.
People who have bought the crib second hand or sold a crib are also being urged to apply for a modification kit and share their concerns with the purchaser.
In granting the petition, CPSC initiated a rulemaking to determine: 1) the need for, and appropriate scope of, new regulations; and 2) whether crib bumpers pose a safety hazard to infants.
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 eighth of December has always been a special day for families coming into Dublin and I encourage all to take the opportunity to visit the crib, a true Dublin tradition."
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.
I enjoyed Sam Moore's column on corn cribs in the October 2014 issue of Farm Collector.
According to the AAP's October policy statement, crib bumpers are decorative only and serve no safety purpose.
Mr Morgan said he may consider a different location for the library crib next year.