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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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A heartfelt apology is the first step toward forgiveness, but if you want your stay in the doghouse to be as short and painless as possible, giving her an apology gift is definitely the way to go.
STURBRIDGE - An engineer who was indirectly put in the doghouse over the noise coming from the town's wastewater treatment plant has offered a solution in the form of "doghouses.
The whole thorny issue of BFF competitive friendships is tackled creatively in "Bernadette in the Doghouse," and solutions that are crafted may resonate significantly with a young female readership who face similar problems.
The freshman from West Memphis toyed with John Pelphrey's patience all season and finished up the year in the doghouse for the basketball Hogs, who could have used his scoring against Florida in their one game in the SEC Tournament.
Pete said: "We'd rehearse in The Doghouse and when it shut at midnight, we'd go downstairs until 6am.
And Alan Smith, from Meadow Rise, Gateshead, whose forgetfulness landed him in the doghouse, was named the winner.