antismoke

antismoke

(ˌæntɪˈsməʊk)
adj
preventing smoke
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Purchase of doors of metal fire-prevention, special, antismoke on the object of construction petrikovsky ore-dressing complex.
TEAT and SEAT procedures were applied in a seemingly similar manner In both TEAT and SEAT a trademark instrument, Antismoke 3000[R], was used.
(83) Antismoke activism in cities such as Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St.
Stradling, in fact, concluded that "the post-[World War I] antismoke efforts proved no more successful than those before the war, and perhaps even less so." Id at 156.
In his brief discussion of the 'miasma era', for example, the struggles of the first generation of modern British antismoke reformers are almost wholly neglected.
The contrast between the intense social conflict generated by smelter smoke and the modest reform campaign for urban smoke abatement raises serious doubts about Stradling's contention that "the philosophy driving the antismoke movement was closely akin to modern environmentalism." At its best, the contemporary environmental movement offers a compelling challenge to the corporate economic order's excessive materialism and its voracious appetite for consumption.
While some American manufacturers vigorously opposed smoke abatement, for example, real estate agents were in the forefront of the antismoke movement.
The Chicago Post was scornful of the massive purchases of statuary by civic authorities: "What is the use of buying $1,000,00 worth of public works of art annually while our antismoke ordinance are violated every hour of the day and our streets are never even half cleaned?" Scott, American Planning since 1890, p.
Available only in Europe, Reogard STG is a new antismoke compound for flexible polyurethane foam used in furniture.
A total of 22 failed the antismoke belching test while 20 were found to have defective parts.
Paje noted that composite antismoke belching units (ASBUs) have been formed in all cities and municipalities in the region.
In the early 1900s, a powerful antismoke movement in Chicago forced the Pennsylvania Railroad to develop strategies for reducing public protest against the company, limiting fines, and blocking legislation forcing railroads to electrify.