solid partition

solid partition

A partition which contains no voids.
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The farrowing crates were arranged in groups of three so that the middle crate shared a common solid partition on each side, with the outer crates.
They include Terreal (terra cotta facing plates), Schutt Grande Forge (art wrought iron), Euroslot (stainless steel decorative products), Clipper (from the Saint-Gobain Group: solid partition, window partition, partition with cover strip or hollow joint, etc.), SE[umlaut]nidE[umlaut]co (a mural creator who was just awarded the Export Trophy Award for its decorative paintings) and La RochE re (upscale glass products) to name but a few.
Restaurants and bars can accommodate smokers only if they provide well-marked smoking sections that are separated from the rest of the seating area with a solid partition and equipped with air-extraction fans.
McChesney replaced the solid partition that hid the the toilet-it also blocked light from a window-with a low screen made of resin, a translucent plastic.
A variety of transparent, translucent and solid partitions characterizes the interior.
Solid partitions and incidental pieces, like the triangular corner desks and trapezoidal tables, are of composite board stained with bronze and/or aluminium dust, and doors of birch veneer have also been given a decorative powdering of bronze dust.
Some rooms are large enough that solid partitions can be built between beds, which at least provides a clearer sense of personal space [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
For the longest period of tranquillity, separate cages of bucks and does by solid partitions or space.