enclosed space


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en·closed space

claustrophobia.
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Jenkins warned that residents should never light wood or charcoal fires inside or in enclosed spaces and only approved heating appliances should be used.
Rafiq Ali, 40, director of Acorn Restaurants, was in court after trading standards officers found customers smoking in enclosed spaces at Manjaro's Shisha Lounge.
Safety in the marine industry is set to be improved after AkzoNobel, oil and gas tanker operator Barrier Group and DroneOps joined forces to develop a drone capable of remotely inspecting enclosed spaces and ballast water tanks.
That paper suggested that perhaps photons coming out of the enclosed space interfere with one another and so it appears that there is nothing there.
Dust inhalation: Working with wood and other building materials in an enclosed space can present inhalation dangers.
IT'S the time of year when every available enclosed space in Edinburgh is turned into an artistic venue.
In addition to the health risks arising from passive smoking in an enclosed space, lighting up in front of a young child also encourages them to model the negative behaviour, said Dr Dolly Habbal, clinical psychologist at the Gulf Diagnostics Centre Hospital in the capital.
Next to the hill was an enclosed space around 800 donums large, housing dogs trained to catch hares.
The study used positron emission tomography (PET) to demonstrate that one hour of second-hand smoke in an enclosed space results in enough nicotine reaching the brain to bind receptors that are normally targeted by direct exposure to tobacco smoke.
The multi-use sports area will be created next Whitley Park and Whitley Bay Library, creating enclosed space for ball games and other sports.
A SIX-year-old US boy whose mother is accused of hiding him in a small enclosed space for nearly two years whenever visitors arrived will remain in state custody while he gets counselling meant to eventually reunite him with his father.
1 : an enclosed space, cavity, or compartment <the chambers of the heart>