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doghouse

[′dȯg‚hau̇s]
(electronics)
Small enclosure placed at the base of a transmitting antenna tower to house antenna tuning equipment.
(petroleum engineering)
A small enclosed space on the drilling rig floor used to provide storage for small objects.

doghouse

doghouse
A mark on the turn and slip indicator that resembles a dog-house. It is located one-needle's width from the center, and when the pointer aligns with it, a standard rate of turn is being executed.
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As of this printing, Texas cops nailed Jenna twice for underage drinking--once in an Austin bar and then again at a restaurant with her twin sister Barbara, who now joins her in the doghouse.
I spent hundreds of happy hours in the doghouse from its completion in early December 1982 until the spring of 1989, when the main observatory saw first light.
Still, it wasn't the press's pique with the President that put him in the doghouse, but the country's disappointment over the fumbles of this unknown Arkansas governor whom many Americans had bet on to be a quick learner.
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They are trying to help Squeaky the mouse who has belongings locked in the doghouse next door.
FOLLOWING your story about the couple who married in The Doghouse pub in Dundee, I thought you'd like to know my wife and I were wed in the John O'Groats pub in the city in 1992.
The makers of hit Channel 4 series Brat Camp and the BAFTA nominated That'll Teach 'Em are looking for contributors for their latest television series, In The Doghouse.