section house

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section house

[′sek·shən ‚hau̇s]
(civil engineering)
A building near a railroad section for housing railroad workers, or for storing maintenance equipment for the section.
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The front of the section houses a Caribou Coffee counter, featuring made-to-order coffees, lattes, espressos and other coffee-based drinks.
The upper section houses the seven-inch colour touchscreen and the lower part, referred to as the "control area", is where all switches and dials for the sound system and climate control are located.
In addition to Law and Theology, the new building section houses parts of the Faculty of Humanities and Symbion is an office for typical entrepreneurial companies.
The third section has 21 GIS and the fourth section houses the control and safety facilities.
The patents section houses the world's most comprehensive global patent database for carbon mitigation technologies, the EPO's PATSTAT (Patent Statistical Database), which contains nearly two million patent documents, an Irena statement said.
The kitchen section houses utility bill payments, while the garage lets customers top up their Salik account.
Its maximum security section houses 14,500 inmates, although it was designed to hold 8,400 prisoners.
The site's issues and advocacy section houses the Dodd-Frank Information Center, which includes an overview of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010.
The second section houses ten private suites, each featuring a fully flat seat, a 32 inch HD television and a shower.
A closed section houses CIA personnel who control the work of US agents going in and out of Syria and also a communications center.
A future sales section houses upcoming catalogues as soon as they are available.
This exclusive section houses some of the biggest names in the business, including Abeking & Rasmussen, AMELS, Burger Boats, Feadship, Heesen Yachts, Lurssen Yachts and Trinity Yachts.