Results for: Shelters

In Britain in WW2

What is shelter?

Shelter is protection from the elements that you can get inside, but doesn't move with you as clothing does. Shelter could be natural (a cave) or man-made (a house). It can be (MORE)
In Animal Rights and Abuse

What do shelteres do?

Shelters such as smoking shelters and waiting shelters keep people dry when the weather is bad outside. Smoking shelters also provide a good space for smokers to smoke without (MORE)
In Movies

What is a shelter?

Shelter is a roof over your head something that keeps you out ofthe weather and hopefully keeps you warm and dry. shelters can bemade out of wood, metal, tarp, tents well just (MORE)
In World War 2

Who was the Anderson shelter shelter constructed from?

hard steel I would say, corrugated iron, or the one in my next door neighbour's garden when we were growing up was. These were in individual's gardens for their own use, so (MORE)
In English to French

What is 'This is shelter' in French?

C'est de l'abri is a French equivalent of 'This is shelter'. The demonstrative 'ce'* means 'this'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The partitive 'de l' combines the (MORE)
In Toads

What shelters do toads have?

Most toads like to hide under rocks or vines. Basically anything that they can fit under
In Deer

What is shelter for a deer?

They most of the time they are under a tree or if it raining they find a place where it dry and safe.
In Uncategorized

Where can you get shelter?

It depends on the shelters you are looking for. if you are looking for cycle shelters, smoking shelters and waiting shelters then the website in the related links is a great p (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What kind of shelter is the Anderson shelter?

The Anderson shelter is based on curved and straight galvanised corrugated steel panels and provided good protection from shockwaves. They were designed to accommodate up to s (MORE)