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crib

Slang for one's dwelling place.
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Kakos had to find suppliers that believed in the company enough to do smaller quantities and still work hard on them to the point of delivering superior quality, even if it was only one or two cribs at a time.
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.
However, these cribs may be found in the inventory of new and second hand stores, or at garage sales, etc.
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 crib from Caloocan costing P2,000 has a yellow-coated ball with lead content reaching 7,871 parts per million, while the P1,000 crib from Manila registered 6,938 ppm.
nIf possible, buy a new crib to make sure it meets current safety standards.
The multi-county Cribs for Kids intervention will run for one year, with success measured through the assessment of safe sleep environments within the participating counties.
The old crib was filled with corn for the last time in 1964.
The list contains 5 crib mattresses, ranging in price from just over $100 to just shy of $300.
While fatal crib-related injuries are the ones that make the news, and prompt manufacturers to recall related products, thousands of children are injured in or by cribs, bassinets and playpens every year.
Effective June 2011, cribs manufactured, sold, or leased in the United States must comply with the new federal standards," the CPSC said in a Dec.
Penney were among the entities participating in four separate drop-side crib recalls announced last month by the U.