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Usage examples for sanitation

  1. He must have, in addition, knowledge of the administration and sanitation of large field hospitals and camps, in order to safeguard the health and lives of men intrusted in great numbers to his care. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  2. No. 21, Schoolhouse sanitation. – Community Civics and Rural Life by Arthur W. Dunn
  3. After all, this was a hospital barber shop, and they probably had some rigid rules about sanitation, though he hadn't seen much other evidence of such care. – The Sky Is Falling by Lester del Rey
  4. When he afterwards declared that sanitation and the social improvement of the working classes were the real task of government, he was only repeating what he had written many years before. – The Age of Tennyson by Hugh Walker
  5. The old oak floors had been thoroughly cleaned, the walls distempered; the roof and windows repaired, and the sanitation made perfect. – The Day of Judgment by Joseph Hocking
  6. 3. The restricted power in reference to sanitation. – Problems of Poverty by John A. Hobson
  7. There was not a sympathetic reference to sanitation or good roads. – Humanly Speaking by Samuel McChord Crothers
  8. Health campaigns are spreading the fundamental principles of sanitation into many of the outlying districts also. – Problems in American Democracy by Thames Ross Williamson
  9. Its residences, as I have said, have been built after the most approved scientific principles of ventilation and sanitation. – The Congo and Coasts of Africa by Richard Harding Davis
  10. We raise the house beyond the reach of squalor, we give it measured heat, we give it water in abundance and perfect sanitation and light everywhere, we give it ventilation less successfully than we might, and finally we give it the human quality that is so modern. – The House in Good Taste by Elsie de Wolfe
  11. It is impossible to discuss intelligently wages, hours and sanitation in reference to women workers unless these facts are borne in mind. – The Trade Union Woman by Alice Henry
  12. Now there are mills in the South which do obey the state laws and regulations as to hours, working conditions, wages, sanitation, safety appliances, child labor. – Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man by Marie Conway Oemler
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