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Synonyms for harborage

the state of being protected or safeguarded, as from danger or hardship

Synonyms for harborage

(nautical) a place of refuge (as for a ship)


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Fully-enclosed end and through shafts coupled with a variety of back seals and V-rings protect against surface corrosion and chemical damage while the hermetically-sealed bearing are enclosed to eliminate harborage issues.
As such, careful attention should be given to equipment design and maintenance programs, as harborage sites could result in recurring contamination that goes undetected by routine monitoring.
The basement located under the old cabin was cluttered, which provided harborage for rodents and was therefore added to the remediation list of areas to be cleaned out.
For example, cut back ground-covering ivy, which can serve as a hiding spot and harborage area for rodents and other pests.
Harborage Cottages-Stuart, LLC, 654 F.3d 1247 (11th Cir.
eIuKeep the sides vertical with no pebbles or encroaching vegetation that can provide harborage for the mosquito larva.
Reduce harborage. Keep tree limbs 6 to 8 feet from the roofline, and store firewood at least 20 feet away from the house.
The test arenas also included several furniture items that served as possible harborage and forage choices for the bed bugs: a small bed, a table and a rug.
Inspectors also noted and recorded conditions conducive to rats including accessible "garbage" (poor containerization of food waste resulting in the feeding of rats) or "harborage" (clutter and dense vegetation promoting the nesting of rats).
We have a range of modern professional control application equipment: Gel Guns to professionally apply insect baits to harborage areas; Misting and Fogging machines to apply chemicals in open spaces to help combat flies and mosquitoes; and the work horse of our industry, the Pneumatic Sprayer to spray insecticides to pest activity areas and provide protective barriers around buildings.
The wood excavation technique involved identifying likely triatomine harborage such as a sheltered position near a potential host nesting/resting location.
The three main invitees of pests are food, water and harborage, according to experts.
One disadvantage in mulch may serve as harborage for some pests, mainly snails and slugs, squash bugs and crickets.
Summertime anglers found pomps on the beaches and on sandbars adjacent to channels, but as our waters cool, these fish move inside the bays to take harborage and feed.
Its nursing home, The Harborage at Palisades, has "zero deficiencies"--a result that is earned by only 3 percent of nursing homes in the U.S.