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indoor

strictly in a human dwelling; more widely includes an animal dwelling.

indoor environment
the physical, social and psychological environment within a human dwelling that can influence the health of a companion animal. See also environment.
indoor lambing
see shed lambing.
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Indoor cricket tournaments have been on the rise in the UAE in the last few years as many prefer to play indoor cricket during the hot summer weather here.
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Students who reported indoor tanning were also more likely to report various unhealthy weight control behaviors over the past month.
In recent years there has been an evolution in indoor sports facilities.
1% when the average indoor air temperature increased by 1[degrees]C (1.
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When choosing your indoor environment, make it a point to select a space with average to above average air circulation.
Paints have long been recognized as a major indoor air pollutant in buildings of all types.
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UK Athletics has confirmed that the meeting -one of the biggest indoor events of the season -will be held at the National Indoor Arena on Friday February 20.

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