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Hot racking (also known as hot bunking or hot bedding) is the sanctioned practice within military organizations of assigning more than one crew member to a bed or "rack" to reduce berthing (sleeping) space.â¢ Other Related Knowledge of bed deskAdaptations of bed deskA 1991 film adaptation by McNally shortened the title to Frankie and Johnny. It starred Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. He made several changes from the play, adding new characters and locations.Frankie and Johnny Are Married (2003) is a comedy film that refers to McNally's play. Written and directed by Michael Pressman, it explores the troubles a producer (which Pressman played as himself) has trying to mount a production of the Terrence McNally play.------Al-Nadirah of bed deskThe medieval story of al-Nadirah is about the fall of Hatra and its princess, who fell in love with the young king Shapur I while he was besieging the city.This partially fictional narrative is recorded in Persian and Arabic sources of the early Islamic period, and some of its elements inspired some modern stories. Its general theme has common features with some Greek and Roman legends.------Blue Boar Quadrangle of bed deskThe Blue Boar Quadrangle is a quadrangle at the University of Oxford's Christ Church. It was designed by Hidalgo Moya and Philip Powell, and built between 1965 and 1968. The quadrangle has been described as "One of the best buildings of its kind during the expansion of higher education" by Lord McIntosh of Haringey, Minister for Culture, Media and Sport. The quadrangle has held the classification of Grade II* listed building since 17 October 2006, a status shared by only 20,000 other structures in the country due to the unique nature of its 1960s architecture. Blue Boar underwent a substantial renovation from 2007-8, resulting in the conversion of all rooms to modern en-suites.The Blue Boar Quadrangle is just to the south of the historic Blue Boar Street, off St Aldate's, hence the name.------Early life of bed deskLockwood was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She has four siblings. Her father Greg Lockwood found religion while serving as a seaman on a nuclear submarine in the Cold War. His conversion first led him to the Lutheran Church, then to its ministry, and finally to Roman Catholicism. In 1984, he asked ordination as a married Catholic priest from then St. Louis Archbishop John May under a special pastoral provision issued by Pope John Paul II in 1980. Lockwood therefore had the unique experience of growing up in a Catholic rectory, with a priest for a father. Lockwood grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and Cincinnati, Ohio, attending parochial schools there, but never went to college. In Lockwood's teenage years, she experienced depression.------Peckham Finishing School for Girls of bed deskPeckham Finishing School for Girls is a British TV documentary series, broadcast in 2010 on BBC Three.The series followed four young women from privileged families aged between 22 and 26, featuring Stephanie, Serena, Claire and Cat, as they travelled to Peckham to live with and experience the lifestyle of their new 'Peckham Sisters' Lashan, Kerri, Aleisha and Sarah, who come from much less affluent backgrounds. In the series, the Peckham neighbourhood is portrayed as rough and dangerous.------Festivals of bed deskSens Public Festival, Paris, France, 2011.Platforma Festival, London, UK, 2011.Acts of Memory Festival, on human rights subject. Counterpoint, London, UK, 2011.Poetes a Paris, Paris, France, 2012.The First International Kosovo Poetry Festival, 2015.The Writers Conference, Nottingham, UK, 2015. Abdolrezaei recited some of his poems and spoke on censorship.Human Rights Poetry Festival. London, UK, 2016.The Danger of Words in the Age of Danger Symposium, London,UK, 2017. Abdolrezaei spoke on the subject of censorship and post-censorship.------Usage of bed deskThe quadrangle, which hosts 61 Christ Church, Oxford first years during term time and interviewees and conference guests during the Christmas, Easter and Long Vacations is viewed by many as an eyesore when compared to other quadrangles (e.g., Peckwater Quadrangle, Tom Quad) in the college. The accommodation consists of mostly medium sized rooms with a desk, bed, fridge and window seat. With the large windows, the lighting is sufficient to work by, although may be considered dull by some. Some rooms at ground level have a small problem with damp, due to the single-glazed windows and proximity to the grass------Interviews of bed deskI still write because Im sorry, AN INTERVIEW WITH ALI ABDOLREZAEI, Poetry International Web. In this interviews Abdolrezaei explains his poetic theory.Interview with "The Ofi Press Magazine", Interview through email by Jack Little, UK/Mexico.The Poet of Creativity In Exile, Ali Abdolrezaei speaks to Paloma Concierta from where he now lives and writes, in exile, in London.Ali Abdolrezaei and Abol Froushan interview, Interviewer: Cathy Aitchison, It was recorded at the Platforma Festival in December 2011 in London.Exile isnt always freedom, World Press Freedom Day special, Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 2010------Plot of bed deskAccording to early Islamic traditions, al-Nadirah (Arabic: al-Narah; Persian: Nazirah) was the daughter of al-Dayzan or Satirun (Sanatruq II), the king of Araba. She betrayed the fortified capital, Hatra, to the Persian king Shapur I after seeing and falling in love with him while he was besieging the city. She did this by intoxicating her father and the guards of the city gates, or by revealing to the enemy the talisman on which the city's ownership depended. Shapur I captured and destroyed Hatra and killed its king. He departed with al-Nadirah and married her. One night al-Nadirah could not sleep, complaining that her bed is too rough for her. It then turned out that a myrtle leaf was stuck in her skin and was irritating her. Astonished by her softness, Shapur I asked her how did her father bring her up, and she described how well he treated her. Shapur I realizes al-Nadirah's ingratitude towards her father and has her executed in a brutal manner..------Analysis of bed deskAccording to Theodor Nldeke, al-Tabari's story is derived from the Greek tale of Scylla and her father Nisos. Some consider it as a Middle Eastern version of the Tarpeia theme. The theme of Al-Nadirah's legend was used in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Princess and the Pea" and Ahmed Shawqi's Waraqat al-As (The Myrtle Leaf)..------Sam Paul of bed deskSam Paul (1874 January 10, 1927) was an American gambler and underworld figure in New York City at the start of the 20th century. Founder of the Sam Paul Association, he was also a major political organizer for Tammany Hall------Hot racking of bed deskHot racking (also known as hot bunking or hot bedding) is the sanctioned practice within military organizations of assigning more than one crew member to a bed or "rack" to reduce berthing (sleeping) space.------Bibliography of bed deskFictionNo One Is Talking About This (Riverhead Books, 2021)NonfictionPriestdaddy (Riverhead Books, 2017)PoetryCollectionsBalloon Pop Outlaw Black (Octopus Books, 2012)Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals (Penguin Books, 2014)Penguin Modern Poets 2, Controlled Explosions: Michael Robbins, Patricia Lockwood, Timothy Thornton (Penguin Books, 2017)List of poems------Patricia Lockwood of bed deskPatricia Lockwood is an American poet and essayist. Her memoir Priestdaddy was named one of the 10 best books of 2017 by The New York Times. Her poetry collections include Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, a 2014 New York Times Notable Book. Since 2019, she has been a contributing editor for The London Review of Books------After the Rosenthal case of bed deskPaul married after the trial and had a daughter, Dorothy, who was born in 1918. After his first wife died, Paul married Lena Solomon. Although he had amassed a considerable fortune during his life (earning thousands from poolrooms, cafes, cabaret, restaurants and other establishments), Paul worked as a manager for a cabaret club in his later years and was nearly bankrupt according to a number of his associates in East Side Manhattan. He remarked to Sigmund Schwartz, a personal friend and owner of Schwartz's Undertaking Parlors, "You'll get me pretty soon, now. My health is gone and so is my money". Indeed, Paul was seriously ill for three weeks before his death from nephritis at his East Eighteenth Street home on January 10, 1927. His funeral was held the following morning at Schwartz's parlor on Fifth Street, near Second Avenue, and buried at Mount Hebron Cemetery. According to the New York Times, 2000 people attended Paul's funeral. Illiam Berkowitz, a friend of Paul's, was quoted as saying that Paul was a "square gambler and a philanthropist."------Stephen Porter (director) of bed deskStephen Winthrop Porter (July 24, 1925 June 11, 2013) was an American stage and television director, producer, set designer and writer best known for directing the classics, especially George Bernard Shaw, Molire and Shakespeare. Porter directed more than thirty Broadway plays and many regional, Off-Broadway and other productions over his long career. He was nominated for two Tony Awards and two Drama Desk Awards for his work as a director.------Bartow-Pell Mansion of bed deskThe Bartow-Pell Mansion is a historic house museum located in the northern portion of Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, New York City. A National Historic Landmark, it has one of the nation's finest Greek Revival interiors, and is the last surviving major mid-19th century country estate house in the Pelham Bay area.------Ali Abdolrezaei of bed deskAli Abdolrezaei is a prolific poet, writer and literary figure with over 70 books. Before leaving Iran in 2003 he was known as one of the most innovative poets of the contemporary Persian poetry. He is also known by Mouta or Rato Mouta, the "bearer of light" or the "wise teacher" in old Persian.------History of bed deskThe practice dates back at least to the sixteenth century, and today is particularly applied aboard submarines, where maximization of space is especially important. Generally, the lowest ranking members of the crew are required to hot rack. Hot racking is sometimes utilized in jails and prisons to deal with overcrowding.Depending upon the watch system, two, or even three people may end up sharing the same bunk. The term comes from the military slang use of the term "rack" for a bed or bunk. With more than one crew member assigned to a rack, it is possible that a crew member returning from a duty shift will lie down on a rack immediately after it is vacated by another crew member about to start a shift. The rack is therefore said to be "hot", that is, still warm from the vacating crew member's body heat.------Architecture of bed deskBlue Boar Quadrangle was built on the site of an old car park and garages, next to the narrow, high-walled Blue Boar Street. The quadrangle was designed so that the top floor penthouses provide a broken, set-back series of horizontal planes that help to reduce the scale of the development seen from the street and is constructed almost entirely of characteristic Portland Whitbed and Roach Stone, which adds a unique quality absent from most 1960s developments. The quad itself is an 'L' shape, the rectangular nature being interrupted by the old college brewhouse. Most of the staircases are four storeys but staircase four is three storeys with a semi-basement, which houses archives and a meeting room. There is also a new route from the path to Tom Quad which loops back behind Killcanon and brings you straight into the middle of the Blue Boar Quad. This is for students only, but is repeatedly defied by tourists in an attempt to see Oxford students in their 'natural habitat'. The route is slightly longer than going through Killcanon but decidedly more aesthetically pleasing------Sources of bed deskThe story is mentioned in Arabic and Persian literature and the poetry of the early Islamic period, including al-Tabari's Tarikh al-Tabari, Mirkhond's Rawzat as-Safa', Ibn Khallikan's Wafayt al-Ayn, and Ferdowsi's Shahnama, where she is recorded as Mlikah (), daughter of king T'ir (), while the Persian king is Shapur II, instead of Shapur I.------Biography of bed deskBorn in New York City on November 25, 1888, Herbert broke into the film industry in RKO's Traveling Husbands (1931). During the next seventeen years he would appear in over 50 feature films, usually in bit or supporting roles. Early in his career he was sometimes billed as Tom Francis, as he was in Traveling Husbands. His final picture, which was released after his death in 1946, was the Cole Porter biopic, Night and Day, starring Cary Grant and Alexis Smith. He was the brother to the actor, Hugh Herbert. Tom Herbert died on April 3, 1946.