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Image The prototype comprised 12,000 cubic feet of living quarters, communal spaces, a galley, a sick bay and work and exercise areas, all protected by thick, bulletproof woven Kevlar.
Took over sick bay watch for Sussman from 8 until 12.
Doctors in the British Grand Fleet, for example, admitted 10,313 sailors to sick bay in May and June, but only 4 died.
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SICK BAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sick bay for English Language Learners
: a place on a ship that is used to care for sick or injured people
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