Entry Room

Entry Room

 

(in Russian, zakhodka), a short, narrow underground working (horizontal, inclined, vertical, cross, coupled, or counter) directly adjacent to the working space or separated from it during excavation by a small pillar of the mineral. Entry rooms are intended for direct sloping of the mineral or for the placement of drilling equipment in it (during the sloping work).

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Entry room leads to living room with working fireplace.
Quotation Notice for Repairing of cisf entry room with fitting of doors, Grill and glass near railway siding, Kdh under kdh project.
Radev also said he had sought support from Macron for Bulgaria's entry into the ERM-2, the euro currency zone entry room, as well as the EU's open-border Schengen area.
As Ray walked back into the entry room to greet them, my student leaned over to me and whispered, "He doesn't really know who you are."
With an entry room displaying the entire collection on rose gold racks, a separate lounge complete with tufted leather couches, zebra skin rugs, and a stocked bar, and the designer readily available to answer all questions, it is truly one-stop shopping.
The room is equipped with small functional tables, comfortable chairs, and an entry room for registration and/or refreshments and meals.
The blue of the entry room ceiling is repeated on the dining room walls; all interior doors are oiled to the same natural finish.
They bring food, take away the empty dishes, eat in the entry room. There is no shouting, no loud noises, only hushed voices.
A higher-order mudroom, the friends' foyer is an entry room, usually on the side or in the back of the house, that connects to the great room, kitchen, or back stairs.
The court filing says black employees were denied use of a break room that has a television, refrigerator and microwave oven and were instead forced to use a "segregated break area, consisting of tables shoved against the wall of the remittance/data entry room." It alleges that the Coalition failed to pay the employees the minimum wage.
There are some single rooms and some paired rooms made by piercing holes from one silo into the next, but most of the space is given to two-storey apartments with a small entry room on one level and the whole width of the building on the next, rather like the scissor plan of flats in Le Corbusier's Unites.
But I've heard the ceiling dome in the entry room has been restored--it's beautiful, or at least it was back around 1460!