harbourage

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harbourage

(ˈhɑːbərɪdʒ) or

harborage

n
(Nautical Terms) shelter or refuge, as for a ship, or a place providing shelter
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Noun1.harbourage - (nautical) a place of refuge (as for a ship)
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
refuge, safety - a safe place; "He ran to safety"
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Relatively small repairs to doors, or easy sealing of harborages go a long way.
Bed bugs are extremely sensitive to body heat and chemical odors such as carbon dioxide and pheromones, and they rely on these cues when locating potential sources of blood meals and harborages.
Micrococcus luteus, and three species of fungi were isolated from harborages or surfaces of bed bugs (Reinhardt et al.
The edge is a "short swim" from land, yet far removed from Bahamas harborages, with the exception of Marsh Harbor.
Most larvae (45 of 64) pupated under the paper that shaded the Petri dish harborages regardless of ant presence or identity, but the frequency of pupal location was non-random among the 3 ant treatments (Fisher's exact test P = 0.
This principle addresses the elimination of niches and harborages through proper specification of materials, finishes and sanitary design details of the utility system," notes Kramer.
Eliminating harborages and sources of food and water can drastically reduce rodent populations.
These peridomestic bank vole harborages provide a refuge against most predators and shelter from flooding during times of heavy rainfall.
panels and gap-stacked four high to create harborages between each piece, for th e cockroaches, in each incubation chamber.