cubicle


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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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I went to the washroom at the hotel where I work - after I finished and went to wash my hands, my co-worker [administrator] told me that the suspect had been peeping at me from above the partition between the cubicles.
after I finished and went to wash my hands, my co-worker [administrator] told me that the defendant had been peeping at me from above the partition between the cubicles.
He ended up being locked in a cubicle until the police arrived and took him away.
utterly to see a at waist between the cubicles Adoniadis "There's no possible innocent explanation for that in my view.
Segmentation by type of materials and analysis of the shower enclosures and cubicles market
Craig Sewell, director of branding and marketing at The Cubicle Centre said: "SME of the Year in itself was a fantastic surprise, but to win Best of the Best' has really made the last two years' hard work worthwhile.
In the other, two 10-year-old girls reported they witnessed a flash and could see a face bending down in the adjacent cubicle.
The cubicles are known for the technical superiority and architectural finesse, said a statement.
Constructed from an advanced formula of one-inch thick plastic containing 30 per cent post-industrial recycled high density polyethylene (HDPE), Bradmar cubicles are extremely durable and carry a 15 year warranty -- the best in the industry.
Hospital Curtain Solutions is also proud to be a woman-owned business enterprise and a leader in bringing the most innovative cubicle textiles to the health care industry at large.
The court heard how the victim had gone to a Stockton tanning salon on October 15 last year and while in a cubicle in a state of undress noticed a black object above a partition.
A cubicle width of 1,000mm [39 inches] and 1,200mm [47inches] is standard.