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crib

Slang for one's dwelling place.
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For more information about the Breath of Life Stroll, please visit www.cribsforkids.org or contact Cribs for Kids[R] at (412) 322-5680 ext.
The cribs follow US safety standards and are continuously tested for strength, durability, and finish.
Bednest, based in Stratford, have told users of the bedside crib that modifications would be needed to made to the product before further use.
The Commission granted JPMA's petition, but adopted a broader framework, directing staff to examine the safety benefits and risks associated with crib bumpers; evaluate existing standards; identify test methods and performance requirements that reduce any identified safety risks; and consider all regulatory options for addressing any identified risk of injury associated with crib bumpers.
In a letter sent to Health Secretary Janette Garin, the EcoWaste called for a product recall order of lead-tainted cribs.
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.
Cribs are situated on Nottage Green, outside Newton Church, at Griffin Park, by Trinity Church and normally near the Seabank Hotel.
Perhaps not surprisingly, most of the injuries (83.2%) involved cribs, then playpens (12.6%) then bassinets (4.2%).
Since 2000, more than 30 infant and toddler deaths have been attributed to or associated with drop-side cribs. The cribs have been known to malfunction for various reasons, leading to the drop-side railing detaching from the crib.