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- Much of the original lead piping was replaced and a fireproofing scheme, mainly through the design of a suitable compartmentation system was designed and implemented.
- The combustible wood and vinyl furnishings of the establishment allowed the fire to develop rapidly, as did a lack of fire separation, compartmentation and active suppression systems.
- When I try to search on " Compartmentation ", I get redirected to a disambiguation page on compartmentalization, which has a link to intelligence use of the term.
- These patents included the craft's annular jet cushion, plenum chamber burning, compartmentation jets for stability, powered and unpowered recirculation techniques, and various configurations of flexible skirts.
- Kalugin said Russia intelligence has an " exceptionally strict and rigidly enforced protection of sources, " called compartmentation : The more secret the information, the fewer people know it.