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" In a very largo building with numerous doors and windows it is often advisable to build one or two partitions from floor to ceiling to prevent drafts. Fresh air can be admitted through muslin-screened windows opened on the side opposite to that from which... "
farmers' bulletins nos. 802-825 with contexts and index - Page 7
by edwy b. reid - 1919
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The national encyclopędia. Libr. ed, Volume 11

National cyclopaedia - 1884
...the water against her ride, to move in the direction of a line which makes some angle with her keel on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing; this angle is called the leeway, and as it differs for different ships, it must always be determined...
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American Gardening, Volume 11

Gardening - 1890
...the thermometer should register as high as 70°, ventilation should be resorted to. Open the houses on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing, if possible. After each crop of letttuce, it is well to give the beds a light dressing of well-rotted...
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American Telephone Practice

Kempster Blanchard Miller - Telephone - 1899 - 458 pages
...the gas. Another way of clearing man-holes from gas is to place a cloth screen above-the man-hole and on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing. The wind on striking the screen is deflected downward, thus causing an eddy which removes the gas from...
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Design of Roof Trusses and Mill Buildings

International Correspondence Schools - Factories - 1907 - 147 pages
...over. It can be readily seen that there are no stresses produced in the internal members of the truss on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing. First, examine the joint at the right-hand reaction; the stresses in FQ and QZ can be found. Next,...
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Modern American telephony in all its branches

Arthur Bessey Smith - Telephone - 1911 - 790 pages
...inverted umbrella made for the purpose or by the use of a screen of cloth placed above the manhole and on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing. All of the cable sheaths entering a manhole should be bonded together, the usual method of doing this...
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Department Bulletin, Issues 1351-1375

Agriculture - 1928
...action of the wind on a vane attached to the hood turns the ventilator so that the opening is always on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing. The wind passing the opening creates a low-pressure area and a light suction in the ventilator pipe....
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An Introduction to Sailing

Peter Blake, David Pardon - Sports & Recreation - 1993 - 128 pages
...When you move onto a reach you will need to ease the mainsheet and allow the sail to move further out on the side opposite to that from which the wind is blowing (Fig. 5). How far out you need to trim the sail for the boat to reach its fastest or most comfortable...
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