In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for ventilation, wiring, liquid, gas)conducto masculino
- Gas had built up and seeped through pipes, drains and cable ducts into the bungalows.
- Contamination of the ventilation ducts by micro-organisms was blamed.
- Cable ducts, omitted in the £212 million rebuild, are being inserted next spring to cut broadcasting costs.
- Its air conditioning system - window walls with glazed ventilation ducts rising from the floor - was noted as particularly progressive by contemporary architectural magazines.
- At times there was fuzzy growth on grates of air-conditioning ducts and exhaust tubes from cooktops and laundry dryers.
- The $5 shelters are inflated and heated by attaching a long tube to the heating ducts or steam vents of buildings.
- The doctor conceded that during his 16 years of occupancy, the air ducts of the building have not been cleaned.
- The machine had gone in through the air ducts so it wasn't completely known how to actually get into the hallway, but there wasn't enough time for it to find out.
- For facilities, that means air intakes, ducts and ventilation points are prime targets.
- Inverted fruit bushels shade the light bulbs that hang down from exposed ventilation ducts on the high ceiling.
- The people were infected while walking past the ventilation duct in an alleyway.
- Routing the supply ducts from the machine room over unoccupied bathrooms or storage areas provides another 10-point reduction in radiated noise level in occupied spaces.
- The heating ducts may have held fungal spores propagated by bats living in a chimney.
- Dedicated horizontal and vertical cable ducts, and floor boxes give flexible access to electrical and data services.
- The fire then spread to the upper floors of the building along the air-conditioning ducts.
- Above their heads, concealed by ceiling panels, was a space of perhaps 50 centimetres containing pipework, ducts and cables.
- In fact it's tucked away on the roof, surrounded by air conditioning ducts and vents.
- The foot-deep wall also holds a mirrored medicine cabinet and conceals a maze of plumbing, air ducts, and ventilation equipment.
- It depicts the seedy underbelly of a large building, complete with wires in the air and on the ground, air ducts, tubes, big metal boxes, and other big things that make a lot of noise.
- With their concrete floors, conspicuous air ducts, and metal bridges, they summon the atmosphere of an old industrial building.
- Using this procedure, physicians can view these organs and inject dye into the bile and pancreatic ducts to make them visible by x-ray.
- The portion of pancreas had a dilated pancreatic duct but no discrete masses.
- The urethra and the ejaculatory ducts penetrate the prostate gland.
- Allergies to foods can trigger spasms of the gall bladder duct, so you should visit a practitioner who can diagnose any allergies you may have and adjust your diet accordingly.
- Cells were not counted if they were in blood vessels, mucous glands, or mucous gland ducts.
- The exposed surface of skin is not smooth but creased by flexion folds around skeletal joints, and it is also pitted by openings of hair follicles and sweat gland ducts.
- It is filled with nerves, blood vessels and lymph ducts which run through it and connect it to your body, making it part of you.
- Thin-walled, artery-like vessels lacking corresponding ducts were scattered throughout the tumor.
- As the interlobular and septal ducts are destroyed, ductular proliferation may occur.
- The stroma consists of fatty tissue and ligaments surrounding the ducts and lobules, blood vessels and lymphatic vessels.
- He was unable to find any duct from this gland and concluded that none existed.
- Colic pain is precipitated by spasm of a dilated cystic duct that is obstructed by gallstones.
- The tumor seemed to originate from the main mammary duct, given its close association with the nipple.
- The respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, and alveoli occupy the space between the core and septal structures.
- It is comprised of a network of ducts, called lymph vessels or lymphatics, and carries lymph, a clear, watery fluid that resembles the plasma of blood.
- The biopsy specimen showed a cystic tumor arising from a dilated eccrine duct.
- Here the soft tissue lining the inner ear narrows to form a vessel, the perilymphatic duct.
- This is a transverse view of the epigastrium in a patient with a dilated pancreatic duct.
- These structures include the cystic duct, the common hepatic duct, and the inferior border of the liver.
- The digestive enzymes enter the small intestine by way of a duct shared with bile coming from the gallbladder.
- To illustrate this point it was found that in stems and petioles of several species of the Umbelliferae, such as celery, the antiserum only labelled a layer of cells that line a system of ducts which ramify throughout the plant body.
- Insects cut veins in plants with arborescent resin canals or in plants with laticiferous ducts that do not reticulate.
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