dampness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dampness

damp‚ÄČnis

  • n  a slight wetness

  • Fear blossomed in the dampness.
  • Bodies are taking longer to break down, a result, says Katrivanou, of "the food and medicine that the average person now consumes, plus the dampness and poor quality of the soil in .
  • For one thing, they can be easily sealed in plastic, thus avoiding the problems caused by dampness.
News & Articles

  • Visesa and Tecnalia to design 'eco' materials for the construction of healthier buildings
    ( Elhuyar Fundazioa ) Visesa, a Public Company of the Basque Autonomous Community Government (region), and the Tecnalia Centre for Applied Research are set to work together to create "ecomaterials" to be used in building. The aim is to improve the acoustic and thermal insulation of buildings and at the same time prevent illnesses resulting from dampness or chemical substances that can harm health.
    June 14, 2013 - EurekAlert!
Quotes

  • Tony La Russa in USA Today
    It's happening at night and tomorrow's a day game,La Russa said. "It happens in night games here, something about the dampness and the cold. I don't know how to explain it."
  • Jason Schmidt in WPXI.com
    The ball felt great tonight,said Schmidt. "There was a little bit of dampness in the air, and the ball just had a nice feel to it. It was coming out good and I just kept throwing it."
  • Charlie Manuel in Aurora Beacon News
    He did have problems getting a feel because of the dampness on his hands, and the dampness on the ball,Manuel said. "I think it was picking up moisture and he was having a hard time wanting to cut loose with his fastball."

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