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    the building. (2) Do not accumulate wooden pallets against a facility as this is a potential fire hazard. c. Faulty fire alarm system. The control panel indicated a flashing white error light with the system needing resetting. (NFPA 101) RAC 2 = High Recommendation: Submit a service order to have the flashing white error light tested and repaired immediately. d. Administrative area. 1) Workplace safety. The normal service life of an office desk chair is 8 to 10 years. It was noted that several office chairs have exceeded the useful service life (well over 10 years old). This can lead to chair failure and potential fall hazard to office personnel who are using these old chairs. The Safety Office has conducted an inspection of all the office chairs IAW the manufacturer’s specifications and noted that several chairs has exceeded the recommended service life. (ANSI (American National Standards Institute)) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Replace the defective or failing chairs immediately. 2) Tipping over hazards. It was noted that a file cabinet used for storing hanging files was unstable. (PL 91-596) RAC 3 = Moderate Recommendation: Submit a service order to have the file cabinet anchored to the floor or wall to eliminate the hazard. e. Laundry room area. 1) Electrical hazard. Electrical wall receptacle located in the hallway outside the laundry room, the circuit breaker switch continues to tips due to…

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    were pouring out of my shirt. I turned the vibrator on and started running it over my nipples. This little toy was soon to become one of my favorites, it was little, shaped like a bullet almost and it gave off one of the most powerful vibrations I had ever felt. I move the toy all over my tits and slowly start making my way down to my clit. Shaun is just sitting in the chair squirming. I feel a sense of enjoyment from this. The exhibition display I am giving him , watching him squirm like he…

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    him. Looking at my watch again, it read, 2:02p.m. I’ll be damned. Zee’s actually late for lunch. I said to myself, wondering what they could have him doing. It was only two minutes after, but when it came to time, Zaire was always exact. When he set a time, that’s when you’d see him. He was that precise. “Waiting for Zaire?” The voice of Sandra, standing hunched over with a cane at the front desk asked me. Last month when I saw her, Sandra was limping around and a month later she now had a cane.…

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    Turkle provides us with examples and metaphors of three different aspects of the human experience and life using Thoreau’s metaphor of three chairs; solitude, friendship and society. While…

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    grade. My youngest brother, Owen, was born when I was in third grade. From the very second I met him, I could tell that he was going to be a high maintenance child. He was always extremely hyper and curious, never a good combination. He wanted to know everything about everything and that often got him into quite a bit of trouble. Sometimes it was just harmless trouble, but other times he ended up with a scraped knee or couple bruises. I will never forget one time in particular when Owen got…

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    Ball Tossing Game M.B. will play a modified ball toss game to improve her dynamic sitting balance. The light in the room will be dimmed and soft, relaxing music will be played in the background. M.B including the occupational therapist will sit at a chair. A therapy ball will be used to facilitate this game. Prior to starting the activity, the therapist will explain the process of the activity. The therapist will use her right hand to hold the ball on her right side and ask M.B. to use her left…

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    Then each patient will be randomly selected for either standard postoperative care or standard postoperative care with the rocking chair method included. Findings were collected by a primary investigator. The procedural steps did not minimize nor maximize risks and benefits for patients. Both interventions were evidence based practices served for the recovery of the patients. The purpose of obtaining consents from participants were mainly for the comparison and publishing of the data…

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    excited, just thinking “Wow! I’m going to have my own fort!” I ran around the house helping my mom get all the blankets and pillows needed for my little sanctuary. When it was all said and done it looked a lot worse than I had pictured in my head. It was completed with chairs for support, both of our couches, and a blanket roof rapidly sinking in. It was still amazing to my little 5 year old self. I crawled in and sat down on a heap of pillows that were slowly being covered…

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    so we should be treated to something better than a room full of sweating teenagers which reek of dreadful odor and their parents cramped in one room sitting on atrocious chair which torment the parent’s backs on their kids big day, where they have to sit for hours to see their kids graduation and have very little to eat and barely any food choices. This is why I believe we should have grade eight graduations in a banquet hall this year. A banquet hall solves all the problem that we have in the…

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    My first words were “cookie” and “more.” With blonde hair reminiscent of blinding bursts of sunlight and pudgy hands that undoubtedly shook with unrestrained excitement, I—or rather, my one year old self—requested that I get another cookie. I did not, however, ask for the delectable treat with simmering wisps of steam rising from it with the faltering voice of a callow toddler. Rather, I asked for that chocolate delicacy with the awkward movement of chubby hands that contorted uncomfortably. My…

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