Andre Rose, a facilities worker dressed in a blue mesh hospital suit said he had jumped in to help load patients into ambulances.
The new standards will likely set a limit for permissible emissions from certain types of facilities.
Other than weapon systems and facilities, Syrian soldiers working in chemical units are another likely target for attack.
Indeed, large companies are increasingly lighting up solar panels on their facilities.
Schools borrowed heavily to build these facilities, planning to finance these ambitious projects through enrollment.
It is considered that with facilities for irrigation Andalusia could produce 150,000 bales annually.
I have no facilities for influencing other people,' and so on.
Much benefit may be derived from hot application to the sides of the chest if the facilities are at hand to apply them.
That was one advantage in a fracas held in an area where there were plenty of facilities.
With increased production we will have an increase in the facilities for utilising the fruit.
"opportunities," 1809, plural of facility. Sense of "physical means of doing something" is from 1872.
early 15c., "gentleness," from Middle French facilité, from Latin facilitatem (nominative facilitas) "easiness, ease, fluency, willingness," from facilis "easy" (see facile). Its sense in English moved from "genteelness" to "opportunity" (1510s), to "aptitude, ease" (1530s). Meaning "place for doing something," which makes the word so beloved of journalists and fuzzy writers, first recorded 1872.