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shower unit

[′shau̇·ər ‚yü·nət]
(nucleonics)
The mean path length required to reduce the energy of relativistic charged particles to half value as they pass through matter; one shower unit is equal to 0.693 radiation length.
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There are three further bedrooms, one of which could be used as a study, and a luxurious family bathroom with free-standing, roll-edge bath with combination shower unit, large corner shower cubicle and vaulted ceiling.
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Each wedge has its own square window over a desk, and a radial service and storage wall which includes a microscopic prefabricated lavatory and shower unit, the bed with bookshelves over it and a wardrobe.
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There are six bedrooms, two en suites and a master bathroom, which is beautifully tiled with a corner bath and double shower unit.
The bathroom has a double shower unit with a power shower above and a heated towel rail.
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The second bedroom also has fitted wardrobes (one of which leads to a shower unit and one to a wash hand basin).
Patricia O'Donnell, the landlady of the Armadillo in Bruntsfield, Edinburgh, discovered the uninvited visitor bedded down in the room's shower unit.