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HOUSTON (AP) — The muddy floodwaters now soaking through dry wall, carpeting, mattresses and furniture in Houston will pose a massive cleanup challenge with potential public health consequences.
Prehm said the immediate need for people will be for toiletries, laundry soap, tents and air mattresses, as well as money to cover the cost of fuel for the truck.
In a tour of the apartments upstairs, which are stylishly furnished with Casper mattresses and sturdy furniture from the Detroit company Floyd, Ms. Evans smoothed bedspreads and pillows.
Along with beverages, the bar offers four bedrooms just big enough to fit a mattress or two.
Most of the Africans dotted across the asphalt in tents or sprawled on mattresses in the enervating heat of a Roman summer have no permission to be there either.
Sulkowitz protested Columbia's handling of her complaint by carrying a 50-pound mattress around the upper Manhattan campus from September 2014 until her graduation in May 2015.
But to most of the buying public, Lexus is still synonymous with mattress-soft barges and cushy carpool-lane SUVs.
At 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, elements of the outdoors are infused into each room, with every detail meticulously engineered to meet the highest standards of eco-consciousness, right down to the hemp-blend mattresses and organic sheets.
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