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  • 161W.C. — W.C. /vu tʃ:i/ s.m. [sigla dell ingl. water closet ]. [ambiente in cui si trovano i servizi igienici] ▶◀ [➨ water closet (2)] …

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  • 162Klosett — Klo|sett das; s, Plur. s, auch e <aus gleichbed. engl. (water )closet, zu closet »Kabinett, Kammer« aus altfr. closet »abgeschlossener Raum«, dies zu lat. claudere (clausus) »(ab)schließen«>: 1. Toilettenraum. 2. Toilettenbecken …

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  • 163w.c. — Appellation commune, empruntée à l anglais water closet , pour désigner des toilettes. Les W.C. sont encore aujourd hui l un des lieux les plus fréquentés pour échanger des rapports sexuels clandestins ou encore simplement pour la réalisation de… …

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  • 164WC — |dâbliucê| s. m. O mesmo que retrete.   ‣ Etimologia: abreviatura da locução inglesa water closet, de water, água + closet, armário, gabinete …

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  • 165Klosett — »Toilettenbecken, raum«, dafür ugs. meist die Kurzform Klo: Das seit dem 19. Jh. bezeugte Substantiv ist aus älterem »Wasserklosett« bzw. »Watercloset« gekürzt (beachte die noch heute übliche Abkürzung WC). Dies ist aus gleichbed. engl. water… …

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  • 166WC — build. abbr. Water Closet abbr. WildCard multicast route entry (PIM, Multicast) abbr. Word Count (Unix) abbr. Write Cache (SCSI, HDD) comp. abbr. Word Count acronym Water Closet acronym Without Charge …

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  • 168Thermae — This page is on buildings used for Roman bathing. For the activity in general, see Ancient Roman bathing. The terms balnea or thermae were the words the ancient Romans used for the buildings housing their public baths.Most Roman cities had at… …

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  • 169Joseph Pomeroy Widney — (December 26, 1841 mdash; July 4, 1938) was a polymathic pioneer American physician, medical topographer, scholar educator, clergyman, entrepreneur philanthropist, proto environmentalist, prohibitionist, philosopher of religion, controversial… …

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  • 170Santorini — Infobox Greek Isles name = Santorini native name = Σαντορίνη skyline = Santorinisunset.jpg sky caption = View across collapsed caldera coordinates = coord|36|25.2|N|25|25.9|E chain = Cyclades isles = area = 73 highest mount = elevation = periph …

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  • 171Bathtub — A bath (IPAEng|bɑ:θ), bathtub (AmE), or tub (s in. acrylic or fiberglass, but alternatives are available in enamel over steel or cast iron, and occasionally wood. A bathtub is usually placed in a bathroom either as a stand alone fixture or in… …

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  • 172Trap primer — A trap primer (or trap seal primer) is a plumbing device or valve that adds water to traps. The water seals in traps are needed to prevent sewer gases from entering buildings, but because this water is exposed to the air, it is subject to… …

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  • 173Anal cleansing — is the important [http://www.schoolsanitation.org/BasicPrinciples/AnalCleansing.html Anal Cleansing ] ] hygienic practice of cleaning the anus after defecation. The anus and buttocks may be cleansed with toilet paper or similar paper products,… …

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  • 174Feces — Fecal Matter redirects here. For the American grunge band, see Fecal Matter (band). Not to be confused with excretion …

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  • 175Toilet paper — For other uses, see Toilet paper (disambiguation). A roll of toilet paper. Toilet paper is a soft paper product (tissue paper) used to maintain personal hygiene after human defecation or urination. However, it can also be used for other purposes… …

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  • 176Stink pipe — is a colloquial name for a sewer vent pipe.Joseph Bramah received a patent for the toilet float and valve flushing system in 1778. This principle is still used in today’s toilets.Water closets (or toilets) became common quickly and were connected …

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  • 177WC — or Wc commonly refers to a Water Closet (aka a flush toilet). It may also refer to:;In computing * Warcraft, a computer game series * Welcome, used to reply on thanks * Water cooled, in reference to cooling computer devices via water * wc (Unix) …

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  • 178Tanks in World War I — The development of Tanks in World War I began as a solution to the stalemate which trench warfare had brought to the western front. The first prototype of the Mark I tank was tested for the British Army on 8 September 1915. Although initially… …

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  • 179Hungarian language — Hungarian magyar Pronunciation [ˈmɒɟɒr] Spoken in …

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  • 180William Makepeace Thackeray — Thackeray redirects here. For other uses, see Thackeray (disambiguation). William Makepeace Thackeray William Makepeace Thackeray Born William Makepeace Thackeray …

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