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sick building syndrome

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsick building syndromeˌsick ˈbuilding ˌsyndrome noun [uncountable]  when chemicals and germs stay in an office building and make the people who work there feel ill A common household fungus can contribute to sick building syndrome.
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sick building syndromeIt believes that the economic evidence on the significance of sick building syndrome is of the greatest importance.
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