bomb shelter


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bomb shelter

[′bäm ‚shel·tər]
(civil engineering)
A bomb-proof structure for protection of people.
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Residents of the building that was hit ran for cover in the bomb shelter, and no one was injured.
That's all I am saying: Children should not have to be in bomb shelters," Hamlin told the crowd.
Another subplot, involving the owner of the property directly over the bomb shelter, is irritating and stupid and takes the movie nowhere.
selection of the contractor (general contractor) for the development of pre (pre-investment) documentation and execution of design and survey work on the facility: "demolition bomb shelter, located on the territory Fanipol base of" Belhim "at the address: Minsk region, Dzerzhinsky District, Fanipol, str.
The well-maintained building, which was used as a bomb shelter in the early 1940s, offers a dedicated loading dock and freight facilities.
com)-- With North Korea and Russia threatening nuclear war and ISIS using chemical weapons, NORAD Shelter Systems LLC[R] is offering fully rated underground bomb shelter protection for four to six civilians.
The Serbian, who endured 78 consecutive nights in a bomb shelter at the age of 12, said overcoming adversity as a youngster has helped him to face challenges on and off the court.
Children in South Kordofan's town of Kauda take cover from a passing Antonov in a makeshift bomb shelter in 2012 (Photo: Peter Moszynski)
Summary: We shuffled down a flight of shallow stairs, squeezed past the sandbags piled to either side of the heavy metal doors, and filed into the darkness of the basement bomb shelter.
HOME FIRES ITV 9pm The ladies of the Great Paxford WI pool their resources to plan a bomb shelter for the village.
One of the officials said they had been in the bomb shelter for about an hour.