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Inspectors to the home found frail residents left without medication for more than a fortnight, some cried from hunger, dirty, stained and threadbare bedclothes were used and staff failed to give proper care.
Go plain with your bedclothes in a safe colour like grey, then make the bed look decadent with throws, pillows and cushions.
There could be cameras in hotel rooms and a Whitehall source said: "We have been told if we are uncomfortable about being seen naked, we should undress under the bedclothes.
Place an absorbent pad under the bedpan to protect the bedclothes, and put on disposable gloves.
I followed Ali's fights first on a transistor radio underneath the bedclothes, then on black and white TV and later on our first colour TV set.
This skill has seen generations produce an attractive array of saris, sarongs, bags, fashion accessories, bedclothes, blankets, towels and cushion covers.
And we're not talking about the odd back issue of Country Life - there are head-high piles of post, a 20-year hoard of carrier bags, mouse droppings in the bedclothes, cat sick on the carpet and bins of human hair (to stuff cushions with).
The supplies, including food, clothes, bedclothes and detergents are being handed over to the refugees in Amman and refugee camps straddling the Jordanian-Syrian borders, said Ziad Abu Taleb, the deputy supervisor of the IICO bureau in the country, during a ceremony marking launch of the campaign.
A SICK carer yanks the bedclothes off a frail and vulnerable patient during a horrific campaign of abuse captured on CCTV.
Leave bedclothes turned back during the day |(this reduces humidity levels in the bed, inhibiting mite survival).
Between August 23 and October 4, six convoys delivered to Donetsk and Luhansk over 7,600 tonnes of humanitarian aid - food, water, bedclothes, electric generators, water filters, medicines and fuel," he said.
Residents were dishevelled and wearing dirty clothes, there was "an attitude of apathy" among the sta, rooms smelled of urine and bedclothes were stained with faeces.
I, in fact, belonged to one myself and for years shared a bed with a sibling because of shortage of bedclothes, but we did have a bed and we never went hungry, although food was chosen because it was filling rather than healthy.
David Lamont had denied assaulting Ellie McCreadie to the danger of her life by throwing white spirit over her and setting the bedclothes alight.
He also informed that the Military Medical Academy in Sofia had expressed readiness to donate bedclothes and vaccines against infectious diseases as well as a mobile clinical laboratory and a minor procedure room with medical staff for refugees.