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duffield1
- user joined since June 3, 2006
786 questions asked by this user
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How much safer are Isofix baby car seats than those that fasten with a seatbelt?
In safety, isofix, seatbelts - asked by duffield1 - 2 answers - 8 years ago
How does the blessing of running Holy water work?
In blessing, holy water, religion - asked by duffield1 - 1 answer - 8 years ago
How do they make the honeycomb balls spherical when making Maltesers?
In chocolate, mmm - asked by duffield1 - 1 answer - 8 years ago
What nice rodent pets are most active during the day?
In pets, rodents - asked by duffield1 - 2 answers - 8 years ago
Nappy disposal - what's the best option?
In nappies, disposal - asked by duffield1 - 3 answers - 8 years ago

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There are too many variables for us to be able to give an accurate answer to this question. How many rooms are there, how many hours does the cleaner work per day, what star (or other approval) rating does the hotel have?

Hit the "Supplementary question" button to provide more details.


Go To Question - asked by duffield1 - 0 replies - 8 years ago

I agree with Mathpath, although suggest that you do it the other way round. Find a company that will do clamping on private land and ask them to implement the scheme.

If all of your neighbours are having similar problems, you could work on a system where you phone them if people are parked incorrectly and then they will take it from there - they have lots of money to gain, you have nothing to lose. But you will need very clear notices displayed around the car park in prominent positions.


Go To Question - asked by duffield1 - 0 replies - 8 years ago

That'd also be St John's Ambulance.

Something on your mind, Neko?


Go To Question - asked by duffield1 - 0 replies - 8 years ago

Nice one, my moonstruck friend!

My helpful hint - buy Doc Brown's bottles (if you are bottle rather than breast feeding, or for Mr Struck to use in the night) as they saved our daughter from the most appalling colic! And don't forget to accept offers of help looking after the baby - many new mothers won't leave their baby's side, and end up completely exhausted very quickly. Take time for yourself and Mr Struck - if you work together and relax together, you'll have a far nicer time!


Go To Question - asked by duffield1 - 0 replies - 8 years ago

As two separate words which you can't realistically hyphenate, almost certainly no.

Unless you are asking if you can play scrabble whilst under quiet vows (like in a monastery), in which case, probably yes!


Go To Question - asked by duffield1 - 0 replies - 8 years ago