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water closet flush tank
1. A plumbing fixture used to receive human excrement and to discharge it through a waste pipe, using water as a conveying medium.
2. A room containing a water closet, 1.
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3) Tambien se dice que water closet hace referencia a un invento hecho para la aristocracia inglesa del siglo XIX, que consistia en una taza colocada dentro de un cuarto cerrado, conectada con un tubo que se dirigia a un pozo en el sotano del castillo.
Daily Frequency of Use Estimation Male Female Urinal 2 0 Water closet 1 3 Source: Vickers (2001); USGBC (2007)
The existing water closet has been relocated to the adjacent wall in order to provide clear wheelchair access to the toilet.
The conference "Outing the water closet," aims to reconsider and rebuild the public restroom.
The house itself consists of an entrance hall, sitting room, living room, kitchen/dining, utility and guest water closet.
com for an explanation of that) and the world's largest water closet manufacturer, TOTO USA, whose output includes the slightly bewildering self-generating hydropower faucet (not another way of describing a genetically modified tap but one whose power supply is generated by a miniature water-powered turbine), washlets (the site is so coy about these streamlined water wands that it's not at all clear what they do and how they are used) and the NEOREST water closet.
As the audience laughed, Whiteley butted in to tell them: "It relates to the man who invented the water closet - Thomas Crapper.
The water closet is tucked away, out of sight from the owners' suite entrance.
Tenders are invited for providing water closet and wash basin in the chamber of first class magistrate court no 1 and maintenance of 2nd class judicial magistrate court punalur
THE only way you are likely to get a wet kiss at Christmas is to make a pass at a water closet.