deathtrap

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any structure that is very unsafe

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Hauz Khas restaurant under cops' scanner MT IMPACT The entry, exit and gateway in the restaurant are so narrow that it will be a death trap in case of fire
There is a split in the courts regarding whether death trap provisions satisfy the requirements of [section]1129.
Hauz Khas restaurant under copseIU scanner MT IMPACT The entry, exit and gateway in the restaurant are so narrow that it will be a death trap in case of fire
He added that the four remaining residents, who paid PS50 a week for rooms on the first floor, would have faced a series of death traps if they needed to flee the filthy and flammable building.
FOLLOWING my letter (GDN May 4) regarding the junction between roads 4047 & 4011 (Alshabab Avenue) in Juffair, block 340, it continues to be a death trap.
My only fear was that I had lent him a death trap and I might be held responsible for the by-election" - Tory MP Desmond Swayne, David Cameron's Commons aide, on lending Mr Cameron his bicycle after the party leader's was stolen.
Paul's family are contemplating legal action after discovering the wreck was known locally as a death trap.
CATALOGUE OF FAILINGS MAKE ROAD A DEATH TRAP - P6&7
An investigation team described the Volta Lake transport system as a death trap because of obstacles such as trees and rocks.
A FAMILY'S pounds 6,000 dream kitchen turned into a DEATH TRAP because of bungling workmen.
Occasionally, however, a snagged animal isn't strong enough to rip a burr free from its parent plant and finds itself locked in a potential death trap.
Jan Deans, of family advice group Good Egg Safety, added: "Parents are buying what looks like a quality seat for a bargain, not appreciating it could actually be a death trap.
A NEW town bypass could become a death trap, the Government has been warned.
30am and it's not like the weather reports didn't predict it and yet once again that road is left to be a death trap.
That's the stark warning from a landowner over a path he says is a potential death trap.