glove box


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glove box

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glovebox

(glŭv′bŏks′)
n.
An enclosed workspace equipped with gloved openings that allow manipulation in the interior, designed to prevent contamination of the product, the environment, or the worker.

glove box

An anaerobic chamber used to support the growth of anaerobic bacteria that thrive in the absence of oxygen.
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Afzal, referring to larger, more complex glove box chambers.
78% of drivers use the glove box to store their music collection, and half of motorists confess to having a sugary treat within easy reach.
He is now advising drivers not to leave anything in their cars overnight and suggests even leaving the empty glove box open
The majority said they wanted their parents to stop being distracted by hunting around in the glove box and concentrate on the road ahead.
Det Insp Glen Boulton advises leaving the glove box in your car open, with nothing in it.
She said matches were always kept in the glove box, and the gas can was kept around because they used the SUV to tow their speedboat on waterskiing trips across the West Coast.
Thieves smashed window of Nissan Micra, search made of glove box.
So even if the unit isn't there, they are breaking into cars and looking through the car - especially the glove box.
Grade CB271FC is molded in color for the glove box, knee bolster, cluster hood, column shroud, and floor console.
Dear Lila: The movie listings for Lancaster and Palmdale are back in the Glove Box Guide.
The arrangement in the scope of this tender comprises two glove boxes, connected to each other by a load lock system, in which a spin coater installed in a glove box so that (organic) solvent based inks can be processed, while the other glove box a connection to a vacuum thermal spray system, and needs a solar simulator.