The general stared fixedly at the airshaft
, his curious soliloquy
When Speer claims to have planned to kill Hitler by releasing gas through an airshaft
on the roof of his bunker, only to have been thwarted by a 12-foot chimney placed over the shaft on Hitler's orders, an engineer standing on the roof of that same bunker refutes him by showing the absence of such a structure and explaining why no airshaft
would have been placed there in any case.
The suggestion has been made that virus-laden aerosols were forced from the sewage system by negative pressure of an exhaust fan in an airshaft
into the dried U trap of the toilet in the bathroom of the index patient (3).
in the apartment across the airshaft
who comes home from work and strips
Tizol's name also appears in a related drawing by Basquiat titled Harlem Airshaft
(1985) that depicts the Ellington band members; "Harlem Airshaft
," is also the title of an Ellington composition.
And to drive home a feeling of hopeless frustration, Molinaro crafted the disturbing but visually fascinating image of a pigeon trapped in an airshaft
between an apartment house (hers) and a church in Manhattan in the story "Pigeon in a Pit.
More than 300 fiber-optic strands were pulled through 47 floors of an open airshaft
Construction of an airshaft
to serve a new mining area;
A room-service meal of lamb chops and peas dropped summarily by her father down an airshaft
after she remarks innocently about the absence of milk.
It is a long way from here to the Malabar Caves, a long way from the glow and order with which Fanny irradiates her "East," to the squalid suicide room in Manhattan, to Richard's airshaft
in The Hours.
The interiors are a warren of split-levels and half landings leading off the main stairwell, which acts as an airshaft
The space was carved out of an airshaft
with a brick wall and fire escapes and emergency exits hung from it.