An Indicator is an observed value representative of a phenomenon to study. In general, indicators are quantify information by aggregating different and multiple data. The resulting information is therefore synthesized. In short, indicators simplify information that can help to reveal complex phenomena.

Incineration is described as the process of burning solid waste under controlled conditions to reduce its weight and volume, and often to produce energy.

The term ink may refer to the following: 

  • a liquid or paste medium, containing various components, such as pigments or dyes, that may be used to color a surface to produce text, images or designs
  • a type of dark pigment secreted by certain species of animals, mostly cephalopods, usually as a means of evading predators

nstitutional/nursing home/depot refers to the least expensive type of Wheel chair available. These chairs are designed for institutional usage only, such as transporting patients in hospitals or nursing homes. It is not an appropriate alternative for anyone who requires independent movement, as the institutional chair is not fitted for a specific individual.

The Internal fitting are securing cargo inside a container. Especially for ship-container it is important that the products inside the container are not moving duriong a storm.

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I.G. unit or Insulating glass unit pertains to two or more lites of glass separated by a spacer and hermetically sealed at the glass edges.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): unite, unites, units
Island units refers to food or product display counter around which customers can walk
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Inclosure is a noun that may refer to:

1. The act of inclosing; the state of being inclosed, shut up, or encompassed; the separation of land from common ground by a fence.
2. That which is inclosed or placed within something; a thing contained; a space inclosed or fenced up.

3. That which incloses; a barrier or fence.

A dock is an artificial basin or inclosure, in connection with a harbor, for the reception of vessels; the slip or waterway extending between two piers or projecting wharves, or cut into the land for the reception of ships.

It is also an area of forest fenced for the purpose of protecting growing trees.
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