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STATION, civil law. A place where ships may ride in safety. Dig. 49, 12, 1, 13; id. 50, 15, 59.

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As the only RN in our aid station, I felt compelled to stay with Safi throughout the first night because I wanted him to feel safe as he was now in an unfamiliar environment.
I took care of the wounded and dying when they were brought to our aid stations, which we set up in tents behind the front lines.
forces had concentrated around the bombed aid station and the market, across town from the industrial area; flash mobs made a dotted line that blocked every intersection leading to that part of town.
Their mission accomplished, Levis and Bailey decided to head home, but the Southeast Louisiana Red Cross chapter asked them to stay and staff a first aid station along the Mardi Gras parade route.
I set up a first aid station right next to the cafe, which evolved into a full clinic, with doctors, nurses, and a free pharmacy.
MOM VILLAGE, Papua New Guinea-In a simple but striking example of grass roots development, a group of villagers on a remote island some 30 kilometers off Papua New Guinea's northern coast have funded and built their own medical aid station.
I didn't get off the beach until about 5pm when I was taken to a first aid station, which was an old farmhouse taken over by our lads.
These include new dining shelters, specialty seating areas, and trellises to offer shady sanctuaries; new and renovated restrooms; and a new building for the first aid station staffed by a full-time nurse.
"Ben Salomon had set up his aid station in a small tent about 50 yards behind the forward foxholes and 30 yards from the shore-line.
Weaker, "First Aid Station FAS," The Internet Journal of Disaster Medicine; available from journals/IJDM/VollNl/fas.htm; accessed June 18, 1999.
Deacon Blue's Ricky Ross, BMX Bandits frontman Duglas Stewart, Scottish Album of the Year winner Kathryn Joseph and singer songwriter Roddy Hart feature on the new collection to raise funds for the Migrant Offshore Aid Station.

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