pressure regulator valve
Field Toilets, or "Latrines" were provided so that the men in the trenches could relieve themselves.
so people could use it
Toilets or latrines were part of the infrastructure of the houses and public buildings. There was no way they could be removed.
Of course that is what ships use
Don't go upstairs empty-handed!
Check the handle. It could be stuck.
These could be silverfish - primitive wingless insects.
Yes, it would depend on the reference point. You would be upstairs from some people and downstairs from others.
Roman toilets were often communal and up to 10 or 12 people could use them at one time. They were sometimes cleaned with water from bath houses and a sponge on a stick replaced toilet paper.
Toilets (usually) harbour excrement, which is extremely nutritious for bacteria and the like, so they thrive. The cleaner you keep the toilet, the less bacteria it will harbour. If you do not, they will thrive and could lead to external contamination.
ball joints. i know this because i ignored it and my whole wheel fell off while driving. not cool, and kind of expensive to fix.
depends how much they eat and drink if they have all of it they will die
Yes, the baffle is choking off the vent, causing the toilets to flush slow.
Toilets in modern Rome are like all modern toilets. The modern flushing toilet with an S- bend was first patented by Alexander Cummings in 1775 and the first toilet with a U-bend was patented by Tomas Crapper in 1880. The toilets of ancient Rome were totally different. They were communal and could be in rooms without partitions or outdoors. An outdoors toilet found at Ostia (Rome's port) had three walls and the fourth side was open. Along three walls there are benches with openings which rested on top of brickwork. The toilets had their sewage. They were flushed with running water. When possible they were built near the baths so that the water from the baths could be recycled to flush them.
You could have a venting issue with your venting system, or a blockage with your main line. Your toilets dump alot of water all at once. Try to visualize all that water hitting a closed bubble of air in the pipes--that is why they could all be flushing oddly.
Cows are not....well balanced you could say, they'd just fall over
There are an infinite number of ways to get customers to go upstairs to as second floor. You could offer incentives and sales for example.
It could mean either "toilets" or the sanitation system (cleaning and waste management), depending on the context.
does she still were nappies if so this could be because she is not used to toilets yet if not she could be constipated check with your doctor
Bad shower valve.
The number of public toilets the Romans built around their vast empire is not known. It has been estimated that in 315 AD the city of Rome had 144 such toilets. Since most Roman houses had no baths or toilets, the Romans built public toilets and public baths. The baths had a communal character, acting as a place for socialising. The poor lived in the upper floors of the insulae (singular insula) which were apartment blocks six-seven floors high. They lived in small and overcrowded without running water, or cooking facilities. People only went there to sleep. They lived their lives outdoors, ate outdoors, and went to outdoors public toilets and the public baths. Roman toilets were communal and could be in rooms without partitions or outdoors. An outdoors toilet found at Ostia (Rome's port) has three walls and the fourth side was open. Along three walls there are benches with openings which rested on top of brickwork. The toilets had their sewage. They were flushed with running water. When possible they were built near the baths so that the water from the baths could be recycled to flush them.
well i am at this school and it is true that ghosts are in this school.I'm in year 4 and I have profe. Just today me and my friends went in the toilets and we heard this groaning noise. One of my friends turned the tap on and washed her hands. It was playtime so we were free but we went back to the toilets to investigate the groaningwe could all hear. I spotted that the tap was still on but my friend turned it off we all ran outside and started to play a game
You should try not being around him; avoid him the best way you could. If he ever comes to you, tell him how you feel and talk about it and you guys might have the same feelings toward each other.
Because hot air rises. As your A/C unit kicks out cool air, that cool air makes its way downstairs, while the warm air downstairs rises to the upstairs. You could try closing a door at the top of your stairway to prevent the downstairs warm air from making it upstairs. Or try cracking an upstairs window if it is located near the ceiling to let warm air escape outside. The brute force solution is to buy more A/C units. The most efficient solution is to spend more time downstairs than upstairs.
No we have toilets in the ladies room. If those rare occasions occur and we have to use the boys room we use the toilets so we can close the doors. We don't want to stand with our pants down with all the men around.