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(RQ:Landon Ethel Churchill)
1941 March 24, ''(magazine)|Life'', p. 85:
- In the slang of the Royal Air Force man, the cockpit of his plane is the ‘pulpit’ or ‘office’, the glass covering over it the ‘greenhouse’.
2010, William Whyte, ''Cleanroom Technology''
- Figure 2.6 shows the diagram Charnley published of the airflow in the 'greenhouse'; it can be seen that reasonable downward unidirectional airflow was achieved close to the operating table.
1972, ''Southern Hospitals'' (volumes 40-41, page 10)
- The greenhouse system for providing a nearly bacteria-free operating environment consists of a 10 by 10-foot aluminum frame with plexiglass panes forming three sides and a polyvinyl curtain forming the fourth side. (..) However, the greenhouse contains its own light supply, while this is an extra with the air curtain unit.
To place (plants) in a greenhouse.
2008, Chris Barez-Brown, ''How to Have Kick-Ass Ideas''
- It's almost impossible to make judgements when you're being playful – as by definition it's spontaneous activity – so your baby ideas get nurtured and greenhoused better.