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He was then placed in an eight-by-seven-foot detention pod on the ship that included a latrine, mattress, and religious items like a Koran, according to testimony.
At a plantation near Hatton, a family of six crams into a single tiny room, built in the 1930s, with no running water and only a primitive, shared latrine.
This season, a renovated mountain-side lodge re-opens with heated flush toilets (goodbye pit latrines), a gleaming new kitchen and expanded seating.
The program is building scenes that take victims to barracks, tents, private living quarters, latrines, offices or remote buildings and vehicles, where the trauma may have taken place.
But the plight of sewer and latrine cleaners remains largely unchanged, said activist Bewazda Wilson of the non-profit Sanitation Workers Movement.
At Manzanar, temperature extremes, dust storms and discomfort were common, and internees had to endure communal latrines and strict camp rules.
Modi's government aims to build 210 million latrines by 2019.
With no public sewage systems, some also build septic tanks, but many simply dig latrines.
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Synonymsbath, bathroom, bog [British], can, cloakroom [British], comfort station, convenience [chiefly British], head, john, toilet, lavatory, loo [chiefly British], potty, restroom, washroom, water closet
Related Wordscommode, pan [British], pot; garderobe, jakes, outhouse, privy; half bath, powder room; ladies [chiefly British], ladies' room, men's room
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