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One bedroom has a queen and the other offers two twins; the bed sizes can be interchangeable to meet the needs of different-sized groups.
For example, molecular sieve processes require large bed sizes and very short cycle times, and reactions with metal oxides result in a nonregenerable waste product.
Going back to humans, we strongly suspect that bed sizes in olden times were shorter because people were shorter then, probably a result of substandard nutrition.
In the first study, participants representing hospitals of all bed sizes retrospectively tallied their institutions' blood bank data for the previous 12 months.
Bed sizes vary from 5' x 10', 5' x 14' and 5' x 19'.
In the early years, nearly 2,000 hospitals of all bed sizes participated in the program on a monthly basis.
Comparing rural and urban hospitals with similar bed sizes reveals similar mean values.