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Synonyms for room

suitable opportunity to accept or allow something

Synonyms for room

an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling

opportunity for

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the people who are present in a room

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live and take one's meals at or in

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All the infants in this group who were intubated in the delivery room were kept on mechanical ventilation.
The application links individual mobile devices to a central Airstrip server to give obstetricians remote access to live views of delivery room data, including foetal heart tracings, contraction patterns and vital statistics.
Weppner contended, inter alia, that he was not present in the delivery room and did not participate in the delivery in any way whatsoever.
A PREGNANT bride went straight from her wedding reception to a hospital delivery room after going through with her marriage ceremony despite having contractions.
5 per cent) had as many as one bath per delivery room, and only half reported having one or more baths for every four delivery rooms.
The ferment aroused by Barbara's work launched a political movement that resulted in more female doctors, safer contraceptives, Consumers' right to written information about prescription drugs, fathers' rights to be in their child's delivery room and, eventually, more research on women's health concerns.
Lumicao and the on-duty neonatologist nurse practitioner appeared in the delivery room and examined and evaluated the baby.
A woman who wants her child to have the best possible chance will find a doctor who will agree to keep quiet, especially during the delivery, and who will insist upon silence in the delivery room as far as humanly possible.
The miracle so shocked the delivery room team, one nurse ran screaming down the hall" (quoted in Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language [New York: William Morrow, 1994], 262).
The number of nurses in the delivery room was inversely associated with the risk of Erb's palsy after shoulder dystocia.
But according to a recent survey by dad's magazine FQ they don't always feel useful or welcome on the delivery room.
After the interview at the emergency room, they sent me to the delivery room.
18, and she and her husband checked the newly renovated delivery room at the time, Imperial Household Agency officials said.
Widely distributed in the environment, the organism has been recovered from dust, vegetables, and crustaceans (6) and was isolated from different areas in a hospital (recovery room, intensive care unit, delivery room, treatment room, premature nursery) and from numerous objects (7).
I heard a minister recently gushing over the presence of "the spirit" in the delivery room where his daughter was born.