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sheltered

(of buildings) specially designed to provide a safe environment for the elderly, handicapped, or disabled
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And now, if the gods be truly kind, we shall drift by that next headland and come upon a perfectly sheltered beach, where we may land without wetting our feet.
Excuse me my Sophia for having thus unwillingly offended you--" replied I--and then changing the conversation, desired her to admire the noble Grandeur of the Elms which sheltered us from the Eastern Zephyr.
Swelter Shelter is the only known Native American site at Dinosaur National Monument that faces south, is relatively sheltered, and receives considerable reflected heat from surrounding rock.
It's a perfect chance to inform potential adopters that, each year, up to 30 percent of purebred animals and thousands of adorable mixed breeds are sheltered by Los Angeles city shelters, and many are awaiting new homes now.
Thus, the sheltered workshop was an effort to allow the individual the opportunity to work without having to risk competition and failure experiences which, it was assumed, would occur in normal work environments.
com, which has uploaded photos of the animals being sheltered throughout the country.
The Castaic Shelter experienced a 22 percent growth rate in the number of dogs sheltered from 1994 to 1998, with 3,490 dogs impounded last year.