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the ability to perform without apparent effort

ready skill in expression

anything that increases physical comfort

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For example, the design team visited a newly constructed correctional facility that employed technologically advanced pneumatic locking door devices.
For her, the role of the rehabilitation facility is to provide community leadership on behalf of people with disabilities.
On the other hand, if a person's payment to a facility owner is fully or partially refundable, the arrangement might be considered an interest-free loan.
The Spring Hill facility lost 15 to 20 trees in the storms and had those long-term power outages that make life miserable in air-conditioning-dependent Florida during the summer.
Even if the units contain separate facilities for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, or sanitation, the facility may still qualify for health care bonds if it provides frequent or continual nursing, medical, or psychiatric services, with at least 12 hours of RN coverage and 24-hour coverage by licensed practical nurses and licensed nursing aides each day.
Separate and apart from these zoning controls, a City site selection approval is also generally required in order to provide a City-owned and operated community facility (such as a library, school, welfare center or health center).
The Partnership also announced that it closed a new 5-year, $225 million Senior Secured Working Capital Credit Facility with a syndicate of financial institutions.
Many Web sites purport to be resource centers educating families on long-term care decisions when, in fact, these sites are sponsored by law firms specializing in nursing facility lawsuits.
Second, every new and altered commercial facility must now conform with standards outlined in the ADA Accessibility Guidelines ("ADAAG").
In 1981, when the DOT replaced its 1979 regulation implementing section 504 with the "Interim Final Rule", specific requirements for facilities were eliminated or glossed over, so many transit agencies assumed that all transportation requirements for persons with disabilities were covered by the new rule and that facility accessibility was no longer required.
53,725,000 insured health facility revenue bonds auction-rate securities, series 2005B (insured: MBIA);
Timing an individual's readiness for admission--usually along with the family's--with room availability in the facility often requires the proficiency of a circus juggling act.
Every facility project, or any project undertaken by an organization, is unique and requires its own plans and rules.
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