furnace room


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Noun1.furnace room - a room (usually in the basement of a building) that contains a furnace for heating the building
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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She could hear his voice in the distant furnace room giving directions to Aminadab, whose harsh, uncouth, misshapen tones were audible in response, more like the grunt or growl of a brute than human speech.
The Furnace room will host the inimitable Laurent Garnier, Hot Since 82, Yousef, Nasser Baker and Lewis Boardman; while in Camp you can see Berghain's Ben Klock, the magnificent Charlotte De Witte, Butch and Scott Lewis.
GCU: Government College University (GCU) Sustainable Development Study Centre has established a multi-sequential atomic absorption spectroscopy laboratory and biochar furnace room for the identification and quantification of heavy metals in soils.
Such a delicious trip To take by course and discourse, Gluttony for crew, Jean-Charles Bredas in the furnace room. There, where the White River flows, Our frank Creolity pours forth: The Chiefs face is august, Agamemnon's proud mask of gold, Bredas in his fief, Creole, Not in narrowness--no!-- In beautiful universality.
The boys climbed to a portion of the roof that is directly above the school's furnace room near the gym, which is at the northwest corner of the school, she said.
The noise comes from the hot-air furnace room, but most is from the Rinnai wall-mount water heater.
Every few weeks, I would take two or three lined notebooks down to the furnace room and stuff them into the incinerator.
Afterwards, I cleaned the ice cream maker and carried it down to the basement to the furnace room where it has remained ever since.
"Our furnace room ceiling was very low so you had to bend over to walk in there," he said.
In the basement, English teacher Priscilla Pease called her husband from her cell phone to say that she and a fellow teacher and 24 students were afraid but alive in the furnace room.