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  • n  a sheath worn to protect a finger
  • n  baby bed with high sides made of slats
  • n  a small bed that folds up for storage or transport

  • For families without security systems, I suggest that a parent sleep on a cot or couch near the door.
  • Just three months later, as Roosevelt lay on a rusting cot inside his expedition's last remaining tent listening to the roar of the river, he clutched the vial that he had carried .
  • Modern family camping "isn't a canvas tent, mosquito bites, a cot and rain dripping on your head," says Ted Manning, EMS's general merchandise manager.
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  • Mark Martin in
    I thought the COT handled poorly enough that the guys actually didn't run over each other because they didn't have good control of their car,Martin said. "It was a cleaner race than what we normally see because the cars were so hard to...
  • Carl Edwards in
    I hope that this is a sign that we're up to their standards, to their level,Edwards said after taking the checkers in Fontana. "I believe we are. I know that last year I would not have traded my car in for one of theirs at any of the CoT...
  • Jack Roush in International Herald Tribune
    We went to Bristol (for the first CoT race) and we were 2,000 miles behind what they did in testing on non-sanctioned NASCAR tracks,Roush said. "That was my fault."

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