Thesaurus / ventilation
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There was hardly any ventilation possible, many of these old houses being in dark narrow courts or blind alleys.
A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN, VOLUME II (OF 2)CHARLES CREIGHTON
As the result of these experiments, Mr. Binnie rightly came to the conclusion that this system of ventilation was efficient.
ASCE 1193: THE WATER-WORKS AND SEWERAGE OF MONTERREY, N. L., MEXICOGEORGE ROBERT GRAHAM CONWAY
Some of them extend quite through the walls, and served probably for ventilation and the admission of light.
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME IVHUBERT HOWE BANCROFT
No expense has been spared in the fittings of the rooms, and every provision is made for warmth and ventilation.
CONCERNING CATSHELEN M. WINSLOW
You may be quite sure,” said I, “if your mother has had a hand in planning your house, that the ventilation is cared for.
HOUSEHOLD PAPERS AND STORIESHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Plenty of ventilation, without allowing actual wind to penetrate, should be provided, and only the best colza oil be used.
PRACTICAL TAXIDERMYMONTAGU BROWNE
In very deep and extensive collieries more elaborate arrangements for ventilation are introduced.
In the construction of every inhabited room, there should be adequate means of ventilation, as well as warming.
So nourishment, cleanliness, and ventilation are the main remedies.
THE UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLERCHARLES DICKENS
We thought so little of ventilation that we shut the camp door tight and stopped every aperture that we could find.
A BUSY YEAR AT THE OLD SQUIRE'SCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
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