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Ventilation is provided in a concrete block basement shelter by vents in the wall and by the open entrance.
Continuous low-level lighting may be provided in the shelter by means of a 4-cell hot-shot battery to which is wired a 150-milliampere flashlight-type bulb.
And once medicine, food, clothing and shelter had been provided for the flood's victims, communications and the mail were the next top problems.
They would be provided slight shelter from the sun by the corn, and would deter many animals from attacking the corn and beans because their coarse, hairy vines and broad, stiff leaves are difficult or uncomfortable for animals such as deer and raccoons to walk through, crows to land on, etc.
Many species of neornithines can build burrows, or nest in tree holes or termite nests, all of which provided shelter from the environmental effects at the K – T boundary.
However, the toad was generally unsuccessful in reducing the targeted beetles, in part because the cane fields provided insufficient shelter for the predators during the day.
As a result, these first releases were followed by further distributions across much of the region, although their effectiveness on other crops, such as cabbages, has been questioned ; when the toads were released at Wau, the cabbages provided insufficient shelter and the toads rapidly left the immediate area for the superior shelter offered by the forest.
Maximum enrollment at any one time was 300, 000 ; in nine years 2. 5 million young men participated in the CCC, which provided them with shelter, clothing, and food, together with a small wage of $ 30 a month ($ 25 of which had to be sent home to their families ).
Masters of the art began teaching muay in training camps where students were provided with food and shelter.
Lay followers also provided the daily food that bhikkhus required, and provided shelter for bhikkhus when they were needed.
Protection from harmful radiation while in space and on the surface of Mars ( e. g. from solar flares ) would be provided by a dedicated " storm shelter " in the core of the vehicle.
One such example of this is The Terminal, a film about a man who becomes permanently grounded in an airport terminal and must survive only on the food and shelter provided by the airport.
However, after the UNHCR provided free shelter, food, and services to those living in camps, few of them returned back to the Refugee camps.
Father William Judge, " The Saint of Dawson ," had a facility in Dawson that provided shelter, food and any available medicine to London and others.
When suitable habitats are present, sugar gliders can be seen 1 per 1, 000 square metres provided that there are tree hollows available for shelter.
Known as the Żegota ( Polish: " Council for Aid to Jews ") the organization provided shelter, food, medicine, money and false documents for Jews across the country who could pass as Christians.
Many among the local population at the time provided shelter and refuge to those 200 Jews that managed to escape the Nazis.
Colonnades encircling buildings, or surrounding courtyards provided shelter from the sun and from sudden winter storms.
In addition, the shelter provided by existing evergreen plants can make it easier for younger evergreen plants to survive cold and / or drought.
The poverty of natural resources was meant to prevent the development of a higher technology and the same old kinds of human society, and the food provided by the grails, the presence of abundant water and potential shelter, and the resurrections were meant to obviate the need for an economy or the need to strive for survival.
During the Second World War, he provided shelter to refugees from Greater Poland, including 2, 000 Jews whom he hid from Nazi persecution in his friary in Niepokalanów.
This cold hardiness enables it to survive temperatures well below freezing, provided that adequate shelter and feeders are available.

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They had been seen as soon as they left the ranch, picked out of the darkness by the weary though watchful eyes of two men posted a few hundred yards away in the windless shelter of the trees.
I would not want to be one of those writers who begin each morning by exclaiming, `` O Gogol, O Chekhov, O Thackeray and Dickens, what would you have made of a bomb shelter ornamented with four plaster-of-Paris ducks, a birdbath, and three composition gnomes with long beards and red mobcaps ''??
These boards are nailed to the roof beams by reaching up through the open space between the beams, from inside the shelter.
An underground reinforced concrete shelter can be built by a contractor for about $1,000 to $1,500, depending on the type of entrance.
After the family has settled in the shelter, the housekeeping rules should be spelled out by the adult in charge.
Other reasons mentioned by one-third or more of the builders were `` resistance to high interest rates, cost advantage of buying over renting has narrowed, shelter market nearing saturation and prospects unable to qualify ''.
A popular legend, originating from 12th century chronicles, tells how when he first fled to the Somerset Levels, Alfred was given shelter by a peasant woman who, unaware of his identity, left him to watch some cakes she had left cooking on the fire.
After being refused a shelter by other Protestant cities, he directed his steps towards Poland, at that time the most tolerant state in Europe.
Unable to use any of the dilapidated buildings remaining on the island from previous occupants, they constructed a crude shelter from cement bags and tin salvaged from Quonset huts built by the American military twenty years earlier.
At the fall of Troy, she sought shelter in the temple of Athena, where she was violently abducted and raped by Ajax the Lesser.
The King still lost, she was given shelter and food by servants of King Roger II of Sicily, until the King eventually reached Calabria, and she set out to meet him there.
In November 1961 in Fortune magazine, an article by Gilbert Burck appeared that outlined the plans of Nelson Rockefeller, Edward Teller, Herman Kahn, and Chet Holifield for an enormous network of concrete lined underground fallout shelters throughout the United States sufficient to shelter millions of people to serve as a refuge in case of nuclear war.
A basic fallout shelter consists of shields that reduce gamma ray exposure by a factor of 1000.
Usually, an expedient purpose-built fallout shelter is a trench ; with a strong roof buried by c. 1 m ( 3 ft ) of dirt.
The English word house derives directly from the Old English Hus meaning " dwelling, shelter, home, house ," which in turn derives from Proto-Germanic Khusan ( reconstructed by etymological analysis ) which is of unknown origin.
Succeeding, she contemplates immortality, finding that safety from accidental death has become so valuable to her that she becomes a coward, cowering from all possible risk, seeing shelter in a hospital, and is only rescued from mindless panic by her husband finding her, realizing the source of her terror and rescuing her from immortality by claiming she has a slow growing tumor in an unreachable part of the body.

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In an article he submitted for the medical journal The Lancet during World War I, Fleming described an ingenious experiment, which he was able to conduct as a result of his own glass blowing skills, in which he explained why antiseptics were killing more soldiers than infection itself during World War I. Antiseptics worked well on the surface, but deep wounds tended to shelter anaerobic bacteria from the antiseptic agent, and antiseptics seemed to remove beneficial agents produced that protected the patients in these cases at least as well as they removed bacteria, and did nothing to remove the bacteria that were out of reach.
Most of these funds are used to cover basic household needs such as shelter, food, clothing, health care and education.
Every family or rental agency has to pay a replacement tax to support these shelters, or alternatively own a personal shelter in their place of residence.
Among these movements, the most famous being that of the Maroons, slaves who escaped their masters and in the shelter of the forest communities organized free communities.
The sin and punishment of these priests showed the imperfection of that priesthood from the very beginning, and that it could not shelter any from the fire of God's wrath.
Most scholars, following the septuagint's rendering of the name as salpaad, believe that the name was derived from the Hebrew term salpahad, literally meaning shadow from terror ; many of these scholars interpret this as referring to the shadow created by a shelter, and so interpret the name as protection from terror, but others interpret it as meaning the bringer of terror is shadowed.
One of these shelters, known as the Foxenden Quarry deep shelter, was built into the side of a disused chalk quarry.
: "... crazy wooden galleries common to the backs of half a dozen houses, with holes from which to look upon the slime beneath ; windows, broken and patched, with poles thrust out, on which to dry the linen that is never there ; rooms so small, so filthy, so confined, that the air would seem to be too tainted even for the dirt and squalor which they shelter ; wooden chambers thrusting themselves out above the mud and threatening to fall into it — as some have done ; dirt-besmeared walls and decaying foundations, every repulsive lineament of poverty, every loathsome indication of filth, rot, and garbage: all these ornament the banks of Jacob's Island.
One of these was the shelter the Dutch had ( reluctantly ) given to the American privateer John Paul Jones in 1779.
After a barrier is loosened these roll downward to the protection shelter.
Despite the struggle to get food and shelter in those early days, John Bennion described Field ’ s Bottom in these words:
This feature heavily influenced the development of human society on the planet, as humans forced to take shelter in these caves eventually developed an intricate culture associated with cave-dwelling in a feudal society at a medieval to Renaissance level of technology.
Within these beds, they found ample shelter and food.
All of these fish benefit from the shelter from predators provided by the stinging tentacles, and for the Portuguese man o ' war the presence of these species may attract other fish to feed on.
The financial responsibility for providing pay, food, shelter, clothing, arms, and other equipment to specific units was assigned to states as part of the establishment of these units.
A national basic training will include provision for the basic needs of the recruit-food, shelter, clothing-and these will meet certain unit standards and unit requirements, such as ' mobility ' for an infantry unit.
Birds nest and shelter in trees but forage mainly on the ground in these open areas.
" Described as " an elegant addition to city's architecture ," a 2005 Newsday writer called it a transit hub that is so beautiful that it has become a " destination ": with " the panorama of lower Manhattan from the top of the escalators, the vast windows framing the Statue of Liberty, the upstairs deck with views of the harbor -- these are reasons to take shelter here for a little longer than the ferry schedule makes strictly necessary.
In 1944, construction started on a large public shelter that could have housed 45, 000 persons in these caves.
The food and shelter required by these travellers fuelled the growth of communities around churches and taverns.
A small portion of these recordings is heard in Threads during the scene where the character of Bill Kemp is discussing removing internal doors to use for their shelter.

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