relief chamber


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re·lief cham·ber

a recess in the impression surface of a denture to reduce or eliminate pressure from that specific area of the mouth.

re·lief cham·ber

(rĕ-lēf chāmbĕr)
Recess in impression surface of a denture to reduce pressure from that oral area.
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The new required monitoring of the quantity and quality of these waters in the relief chambers represents a very minimal cost and will cover only about 130 of the largest WWTPs in the Czech Republic.
Only after the volumes and quality of discharged water from the relief chambers into watercourses will be known, the state will take action (legislative or other).