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blockout

In a concrete structure under construction, a space where concrete is not to be placed.
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Recent advancements in mobile phones, which include improved graphics and processing speeds, have allowed us to create a fun, new version of the game with Tetris Blockout.
It includes a blockout layer, and is ideal for general-purpose banners when high tear resistance is required.
In addition, these Tickets (including any options) may not be used on the following blockout dates: March 27, 2010 to April 9, 2010 at all Walt Disney World Theme Parks and other gated attractions; and July 3, 2010 to July 4, 2010 at Magic Kingdom Park.
But long before any of UCLA's marquee players made a dent offensively, the Gators, just like a year ago, solved the Bruins double-teams, slithered through blockouts, and overpowered UCLA's smaller front line.
A 152-meter (500-foot) section of the existing asphalt pavement will be removed and replaced with precast concrete panels that have blockouts (or pits) for the WIM scales cast into them.
The blockouts for the sign, vending stations and access door were especially challenging; they required the form pieces to be modeled in Autodesk Inventor to create the complex steel patterns that would produce precisely sized openings.
0 user interface and a powerful rules-based Purchasing system that will deliver significant benefits and cost savings to the YM organization managing Blockouts and Purchase Orders.
Our blockouts were absolutely horrible against Arizona,'' Howland said.
For example, the research team thought chamfered [grooved] blockouts would help the rail go under and capture the car better.