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man·i·kin

, mannikinmannequin (man'i-kin),
A model, especially one with removable pieces, of the human body or any of its parts.
See also: phantom (2).
[dim. of man]
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manikin

(man′i-kĭn) [Dutch manneken, little man]
A model of the human body or its parts, used esp. in teaching anatomy and emergency medical and nursing procedures.
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Rim and Novoselac (2009) examined the influence of two different indoor environments on the transport of pollutants in the proximity of a thermal manikin. It was found that in the stratified environment, the inhaled concentration of pollutants located 0.5 m (1.64 ft) behind the occupant and 0.15 m (0.49 ft) above the floor was four times higher than the ambient concentration.
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