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cubicle

Agriculture an indoor construction designed to house individual cattle while allowing them free access to silage

cubicle

[′kyü·bə·kəl]
(building construction)
Any small, approximately square room or compartment.
(engineering)
An enclosure for high-voltage equipment.

cubicle

1. A very small enclosed space.
2. A carrel.

carrel, cubicle

A small individual compartment or alcove in a library, used for semiprivate study.
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She offered the following tips for creating a harmonious cubicle culture: -- Don't barge in.
We did observe there was now hand cleansing gel mounted on the walls of all the cubicles and that staff were using it.
All of the cubicles feature thermostatic water temperature control, 6mm safety glass and are coated with Cristaplus to prevent limescale build up.
The strip features Dilbert, an overweight eraserhead who has become a mythical champion of the cubicle class.
Ranch's products are used to protect sensitive data, limit the spread of viruses and worms, make Wireless LANs, conference rooms, and guest cubicles more secure, meet privacy requirements, assure adequate bandwidth for Voice over IP, and optimize data centers.
This project consists of replacement or retrofit of cubicles at the Fridley Municipal Center.
Offering practical and sometime humorous concepts for almost every cubicle dweller's need, the new workspace will be unveiled at the IDEO offices in San Francisco, CA on August 28th, 2001, at 9:30 am PST.
The designer, Alan Vartabedian, lays out designs for tenants that take full advantage of the waterside views, placing private offices against the ceiling-high windows, and assigning interior space to cubicle work stations.
Music for Cubicles has a well-earned reputation for offering high quality radio programming on the Internet," said Bill Putnam, General Manager, Music Services, RealNetworks, Inc.
A familiar story line with a twist is the best way to describe Camika Spencer's latest novel, Cubicles, the follow-up to her originally self-published debut, When All Hell Breaks Loose.
People working in tight cubicles are hard enough to shoot under any circumstances, and even more so when the cubicle is occupied by more than one or two people at a time.
The transition from paper to electronic recordkeeping has drastically affected the records we maintain personally in our offices and cubicles.