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    Emergency Room

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    You know all those TV and movie scenes with emergency rooms. The hero is taken in with their ailment, all the while glancing at the other people waiting, looking like death. But because we 're with the hero, we 're taken in immediately, the tests come back in no time at all, the hero is saved, and all is well. Right. Fail. If a visit to the emergency room were made into a movie, it would take, oh, 5 ­ 8 DVDs to play the entire thing. That 's over 12 hours. I got to the emergency room with some friends (one of whom is the reason for the visit) around 1730 on Tuesday. We had left school at 1630ish. We got there and got into one of the triage rooms in a rather quick amount of time. We stayed in there for a while, maybe 15 minutes? My…

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    Happy Room Essay

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    avenues and passage ways. Crevices and Rooms filled of times of my past and present. The good: open with welcoming smiles to anyone. The bad and ugly: locked but with the key still in the hole for anyone willing to enter. My mind is colorful to say the least. I can be thinking of anything at any given moment. There’s a room at the farthest point of the hallway, its door the darkest of red, the doorknob the same color. This is the room that my deepest fear stays trapped in. With my deepest fright…

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    Infant Room Observation

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    It was dark and rainy on Thursday, March 3rd 2016 at 4:45-5:45PM, yet inside Suttles it was sunny. Each room is specifically arranged via evidence based research, targeting precise stages of human growth and development, specifically for children birth to five. The Infant room (I.R.) has a no shoes policy, and is constructed for open exploration of the surrounding environment. The room had 5 caregivers to 6 students, and was divided into 3 sections. The feeding area contained 3 highchairs, a…

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    want; it is the place I come home to and wake up every day. My room makes me feel comfortable because it is my own space. My house is always crazy, with my dog barking, and my siblings running around making noise, my room is the only place in the house where I can come and relax without caring about everything else, the only place that I can go to clear my mind. In describing my room, it is not really describing what is in my room but more of what I do in my room. I can tell how my room makes…

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    CCSF Class Rooms

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    Overcrowding Problem Facing CCSF Classrooms It’s no surprise that California is experiencing overcrowdings in its classroom, California is after all “1st in the US most populated states” by the (World Population Review). So, thing like class rooms having more student then it is designed to accommodate is pretty is common. But that’s the problem a study conducted by the UCLA Institute of Democracy, Education and Access reported that “1 out 3 students in California students attends an overcrowded…

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    Infant Room Environment

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    45 Hour Infant and Toddler Discussion Board 2a Q: Describe the ideal environment for an infant room. How does the environment support nurturing care and proper stimulation? I believe that the ideal environment for an infant classroom should be as peaceful and as serene as possible. This can include soft voices and/or music as well as no loud noises. I feel like the actual classroom should be aesthetically pleasing as well but also soothing at the same time. What I mean by this is that the…

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    Bed Room Analysis

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    I shot each black and white photo with the common theme of being in each person’s college home space, whether apartment or dormitory. But the photos were taken in a specific room in each home, the bedroom. A bedroom is defined online as “a reflection of one’s personality, as well as social class, and is unique to each person. However there are certain items that are common in most bedrooms - beds.” A bed is defined online as “a piece of furniture used as a location to sleep or relax,” but it’s…

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    Living room is the social hub of the house, a place to receive close friends and sometimes passing acquaintances as well. It is only natural for us to try and decorate the living room in the best possible fashion. Only by selecting the appropriate living room furniture can we expect to do so. In many modern dwellings, living rooms also double up as a media room, home office or dining parlour. So to design a comfortable as well as elegant space, beautiful living room furniture is highly coveted.…

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    Dorm Room Research Paper

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    My dorm room looks like the many others at this academy, but it includes minute touches that make it uniquely mine. When I do a right face into my room the first thing that seizes my attention is the cleanliness and purity of the room, but still somehow manages to have that appearance of being worn and exhausted. The smell of Lysol smacks me right in the face along with the hint of mustiness in the air. In addition to the smell I hear the slight hum of the air condition running nonstop, which…

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    really healing time with views from a room on the second floor, such as an open-air bath, Sagami Bay and the stars. What slightly disappointed me was that at the moment I entered the room, it smelled like cigarettes and the dinner was not sufficient for me. It would be great if there were non-smoking rooms. It was a very nice place. Once I stepped in the premises of the ryokan, I found a landscape with a soothing atmosphere and the inside of the ryokan was also very tasteful. I would like to use…

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