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You see I am stiff and trail-sore, and this bunk is so restful.
She glanced desperately around the cabin and at the bed unrolled on the other bunk.
Again her eyes travelled around the room, and the terror in them leaped up at sight of the other bunk.
And the woman, leaning against the bunk, raging and impotent, watched herself weighed out in yellow dust and nuggets in the scales erected on the grub-box.
She turned and tottered to the bunk, flinging herself face down upon it, sobbing: "You beasts
The fifth full time living unit is A pod with contains 5 high security cells, with 5 single bunks for acute suicide watch; and 8 high security cells with double bunks that are used for disciplinary segregation or administrative segregation, depending on the population characteristics and housing needs.
The bonding of these ABS and aluminium bunk parts with Crestabond Ml-05 is carried out by a local subcontract thermoforming specialist, which supplies assembled bunks to the Freightliner Trucks Saltillo assembly plant in Mexico, where the bunks are installed on the truck cabin production line.
A senior pilot said that bunks are generally on the back side of the plane, mostly in long- haul aircraft for resting of air crew.
The company offers custom-fit trailers for over 10,000 boat models but the CA series in particular was designed with a fully welded aluminum frame and custom welded bunks for a perfect fit to your hull.
Triple-deck bunks should not be used due to risk of falls.
Central command spokesman Hauke Bunks said Saturday about 550 German soldiers and some 130 Austrian troops will be deployed to the region by May 1, according to a report of the Associated Press.
The scientists called the strategy "hot bunking," referring to the practice of ships sailing with fewer bunks than sailors on board.
Hazard: The guard rails on upper bunks can crack and cause the mattress and its support rails to collapse, posing a fall hazard.
The bunks were ready but my dad said he couldn't get them out to me until he could get a lift from a mate.
Guild of Students president Ben Meakin said: "Although bunks are not ideal, at least they provide a bed for students.