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Blue Room

Blue Room

A relatively small trading room on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange that is adjacent to the main trading room and contains three posts.
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The head of Sydney, Australia's main morgue has been suspended while an inquiry is made into reports that the staff conducted unauthorized medical experiments on corpses.
Number recorded by the same morgue during the first 12
BODIES remained in the streets and in growing piles outside morgues in a Haitian city that has been devastated by floods that have torn apart families and left hungry crowds mobbing truckloads of aid.
My production designer, who is brilliant, constructed variations--there was, obviously, the wall of morgue drawers, which Adrien actually did go in.
Approximately 30 DVI teams at the four morgue sites initially used different forensic protocols, including various numbering systems and methods for obtaining DNA specimens.
More than 30 residents fighting plans to build a morgue next to their houses left a National Assembly inspector in no doubt about their views when he visited the site yesterday.
WASSIT / Aswat al-Iraq: A local resident in eastern Wassit was killed after being struck by lightning in the province, a medic at the al-Kut morgue said.
Lovecraft's horror meets Ian Fleming's action in THE JENNIFER MORGUE, a gripping saga of a CIA operation's discovery of an underwater artifact that enables communication with the dead.
El 13 de noviembre de 1882 se inauguro [el] cuartel y [la] morgue. Esta daba en el vestibulo, a la calle Amunategui.
Apparently their families are busy with their business as usual unaware that their loved ones have died and are lying like orphans in the morgue,'' remarked Hafeez-ur-Rehman, a volunteer working at the morgue.
ANYONE remember The Morgue? That was the name of the cellar beneath the Kings Head pub in Bearwood where bands played live.
You'll see Andres Serrano's "Morgue" photographs, for example, alongside other morgue shots of cadavers dating to 1895, 1920, 1930.