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panel house

A brothel in which the rooms are lined with sliding panels which facilitate robberies of house patrons.
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Now, the situation has changed, and the dwellings in old large panel houses are mostly occupied by low income residents, while people with higher income (especially, young generation) prefer flats in newlybuilt houses.
2008d) The selection of effective retrofit scenarios for panel houses in urban neighborhoods based on expected energy savings and increase in market value: the Vilnius case, Energy and Buildings, 40(4), pp.
The instrument panel houses a clear and easy to read speedometer and rev counter but you will be busy using most of your senses to enjoy the driving pleasures this car has to offer.
The lower centre dashboard panel houses audio and air-con controls.
A remote console or wall-mounted panel houses controls to raise and pivot the fill head into a locked, horizontal "fill position," automatically inflate the bag to remove creases, open a flow control valve or start a feed device, and stop the flow of material once a preset fill weight has been gained.
The rear panel houses a main inlet filter socket, on/off switch and fuses.
A ride-on platform is provided for the operator and an instrument panel houses an hourmeter and oil and water temperature gauges.
The lower cluster of the split-level instrument panel houses the rev counter and other essential dials, while the digital speedo is situated above the air vents at the top of the centre console.
For example, the Steelcase Techwall four-inch panel houses about 600 different cords and cables.
The control panel houses all the controls for the plant - all functions are controlled from the PC.
The instrument panel houses an LCD monitor for viewing the internet or email and MP3 player docking station.