Bunkbed


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Bunk´bed

    (bŭņk´bĕd)
n.1.A type of multiple bed in which the individual beds are arranged one above the other. It is used to save space in crowded quarters.
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Multiple victims, close quarters (e.g., cell) or awkward access to the victim (e.g., bunkbed or shower) can restrict and inhibit a responder's movements.
Me and Josh just started recording songs in his garage and put them under the name Bunkbed.
She also cites the discipline taught by her mother and her father's willingness to put a hammer in her hand at the tender age of 9 to help him build a bunkbed for her and her sister.
According to reports, the athlete fell from his bunkbed late Saturday afternoon.
She told RTE's Morning Ireland: "I was in my bunkbed, in the top bunk and started to feel a slight tremor.
Her "deplorable" apartment was referred to by the prosecution as a "hell hole" in which she had restrained her 4-year-old son to a bunkbed that smelled of human waste, (http://www.unionleader.com/article/20180220/NEWS03/180229918) the Union-Leader reported.
Well, apart from Death in Paradise actor Don, who from the very first night simply refuses to sleep in his bunkbed slash coffin and books himself into a fancy yurt on the campsite instead.
But Holding added: "Some of the places we stayed in Thailand were the PS5-a-night ones with a bunkbed. I really enjoyed it.
This year, however, the big lad needs to move out of his bunkbed and into something a lot bigger.
Froma bunkbed in a room shared with five people to a hotel apartment of her own -- Jaybee Reyes has won big in TAG 91.1's 'Mahal ko Bagong Bahay Ko' ('I Love My New Home') contest.
As our 'home' during the trip, the bunkbed filled dorm rooms encouraged plenty of laughter, quickly turning strangers into friends.