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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fireproof.


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  • But for Mr. Epstein, Mr. Dylan "was—for a time—an American Orpheus, son of Apollo and the muses, fireproofed for a romp through hell."

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  • FEMA noted in its report that the steel structure was fireproofed to 2 inches, but speculated that "During the course of the day, fires may have exposed various structural elements to high temperatures for a sufficient period of time to reduce their strength to the point of causing collapse."

    NIST Releases Long-Awaited Report on WTC7

  • Then I fireproofed the room itself by covering the walls and ceiling with fire blankets.

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  • ROBERTS: In your new book "Business Stripped Bare" you talk about how you have fireproofed most, if not all of your companies.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2008

  • Nick Irving, a new member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, has shown the simulation was based upon false data, the fire could not have caused bare steel to weaken, whether the steel was fireproofed does not matter, and it doesn\'t even include a collapse.

    Purdue 9/11 simulation exposed as fraud: Media covers up hoax and conceals crimes

  • But, we have to get better at doing more fireproofed houses.

    CNN Transcript Nov 3, 2003

  • They were contract painters, and they fireproofed and soundproofed ceilings.

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  • I-beams, the lumber consisting of 1-in. boards supported by 2×4-in. cross-pieces on 2×3-in. triggers spread 3 ft. on centers, soffit of beams not fireproofed, it required one carpenter five hours at 30 cts. per hour to complete the panel.

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  • When the supports of the beams are not fireproofed the cleats D extend to the bottom of the trigger B, but otherwise one cleat extends lower to secure the cross-strip G.

    Concrete Construction Methods and Costs

  • The material is fireproofed as a precautionary measure, but at the same time the modern aerial bomb is able to penetrate the roofing without any difficulty and to explode against the airship anchored within.

    Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War


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