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fume

Occupational medicine A solid suspension resulting from condensation of the products of combustion. See Inhalant Vox populi verbTo be in the midst of a mental mini-meltdown.
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Manzil Downtown Dubai general manager Stefan Viard previously told Hotelier Middle East that he would like to see the second Fume outlet open "before the summer".
A fume extraction and filter apparatus looks like square block.
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The most sensible step forward is to tackle the problem of harmful fumes directly, using fume extraction equipment.
Each lab is equipped with the necessary safety devices for all the sciences, including fume hoods, showers and eyewash stations.
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