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cubicle

Agriculture an indoor construction designed to house individual cattle while allowing them free access to silage

cubicle

[′kyü·bə·kəl]
(building construction)
Any small, approximately square room or compartment.
(engineering)
An enclosure for high-voltage equipment.

cubicle

1. A very small enclosed space.
2. A carrel.

carrel, cubicle

A small individual compartment or alcove in a library, used for semiprivate study.
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The patent covers the CubeShield product, which blocks out excessive overhead lighting while providing added personalization and privacy to office cubicles.
One in five survey respondents say their office cubicle makes them less organized.
Seller provides all types of new/used office cubicles to corp.
24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- UrthBox, the curator of monthly collections of healthy snacks delivered straight to customers' doors and office cubicles, today announced that the service is changing the way people snack by effortlessly replacing their existing junk foods with an array of non-GMO, organic, and all natural edibles.
Ljubic says: "There needs to be a balance between the isolated, cage-like office cubicles of the past and today's noisy, public and distracting spaces.
Is cooping ourselves inside office cubicles actually worth it?
In Geico's ad, Caleb strolls through rows of office cubicles asking workers what day it is.
It is a marked improvement over traditional office cubicles.
The Compaq 6000 Pro All-in-one Business PC offers a one-cord design to ensure easy, out-of-the-box set-up and serviceability, remove cable clutter and provide a more functional workspace in office cubicles and shared environments.
Harris, the product of an unorthodox career path and an overused library card, leads readers into a parallel universe of desk-sized, scrap-material building projects that will personalize office cubicles and incite pure envy in co-workers.
The Hudson company that provided office cubicles for a recent episode of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" underwent its own changes last week.
One of the licensees, Featherfiber Corporation President David Emery, is marketing the fiber to be used in lightweight, sound-deadening composite materials for use in office cubicles, cars and sleeping compartments of tractor trailers.

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