CRIB


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AcronymDefinition
CRIBClinical Risk Index for Babies
CRIBComputer Resources Information Base
CRIBCritical Issues Bibliography
CRIBComplete Rest In Bed
CRIBChemical Risk Information Branch
CRIBCampaign for Rights In Breastfeeding
CRIBCard Reader Insertion Board
CRIBCriteria Reference Information Bank
CRIBCooler Really Is Better (baby's room temperature)
CRIBCentre de Recherches Interdisciplinaire en Bioéthique (Belgium)
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By this time Sandy had built a blanket canopy over the crib, and every- thing was ready.
Everything was ship-shape now, and we sat down on either side of the crib to stand our watch.
Tom, I want you to give up using vulgus- books and cribs.
To this crib I always took my doll; human beings must love something, and, in the dearth of worthier objects of affection, I contrived to find a pleasure in loving and cherishing a faded graven image, shabby as a miniature scarecrow.
As Peepy cried for me to take him to bed, I carried him upstairs, where the young woman with the flannel bandage charged into the midst of the little family like a dragon and overturned them into cribs.
As I sat by Baby's crib, on the night before the election, Baby was very uneasy in her sleep.
It communicated with a smaller room, in which there were two little cribs, without any mattresses.
ito=social-twitter_dailymailceleb) Daily Mail shared photos of three men setting up a huge white crib outside Jenner's house this week.
Kakos added that safety features that have to be considered include: the spaces between the railings, the space between the railing and the mattress, the strength of the base of the crib, the weight the crib can withstand, accessory materials such as the screws used, as well as the quality and source of the paint.
Bednest have assured parents who bought the bedside crib from November 30, 2015, that their cribs are the new models which do not require modification.
Canadas new Cribs, Cradles and Bassinet Regulations (CCBR),which will come into force on December 29, 2016, are designed to better protect infants and young children from potential injuries and fatalities related to these sleep products.
The Commission granted JPMA's petition, but adopted a broader framework, directing staff to examine the safety benefits and risks associated with crib bumpers; evaluate existing standards; identify test methods and performance requirements that reduce any identified safety risks; and consider all regulatory options for addressing any identified risk of injury associated with crib bumpers.