soundproofed


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soundproofed

[ˈsaʊndˌpruːft] adjinsonorizzato/a
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All exterior doors would need to be soundproofed and 68 windows upgraded to triple-glazing, at up to PS1,000 each.
It's well soundproofed and it makes it much better."
State TV footage from the January 28 trial showed the ex-president anxiously pacing in the soundproofed dock.
Reimbursement fees stretch to a maximum of [euro]150 euros (US$193) per square metre of soundproofed residential space and anything more must be covered by the applicant.
The DIY torture chamber was soundproofed to deaden the sound of screaming.
Owner Alan Jones said: "Our soundproofed ceiling is now in and looking fabulous.
"We have managed to create a scheme where we have virtually a soundproofed box," he said.
PARTY-loving Caprice has SOUNDPROOFED her flat to avoid upsetting the neighbours.
All schools in federally defined "noise-affected areas" around Port Authority airports are being soundproofed.
The result is an economical use of space, which has provided Bott with an additional 154[m.sup.2] of soundproofed space.
Standard features include hardened cutting chambers, staggered rotors, soundproofed tilt-back hoppers, D2 steel knives, low rpm rotors and low-infeed heights.
However, new hospitals are generally more carefully soundproofed than other buildings, Pryor said.