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alterations

1. A construction project (or portion of a project) comprising revisions within or to prescribed elements of an existing structure, as distinct from additions to an existing structure.
2. Remodeling.
References in classic literature ?
ALTERATIONS in the body of the instrument are expressly authorized.
But the alteration of a single word by Euripides, who employed the rarer term instead of the ordinary one, makes one verse appear beautiful and the other trivial.
But in the case of alteration it may be argued that the process necessarily implies one or other of the other five sorts of motion.
In this way becoming white is the contrary of becoming black; there is alteration in the contrary direction, since a change of a qualitative nature takes place.
8) Critical areas of expertise that are required of applicants include developmental biology/toxicology, disease pathophysiology, and gene expression profiling, including data analysis and interpretation of global gene expression alterations.
Section 107-312 of said South Richmond zoning regulations allows topographical alterations on an as-of-right basis, if the topographical alteration concerns not more than 2-feet of cut or fill, or if it is "in an area designated for building foundations, driveways or utilities for a proposed building .
Cangen's non-invasive test detects cancer by identifying genetic alterations in microsatellite DNA in urine.
Withdrawn: * Mr Tariq Ali, alterations to existing access and new gates and railings, conservation area consent for demolition and alterations to boundary wall to facilitate new vehicular pedestrian access gates (retrospective), (conservation area), 148 Halifax Old Road, Birkby.
Founded in 1988, Southgate Contracting is a general contractor/construction manager incorporated in the state of New York, specializing in commercial and institutional interior alterations.
We had found that most circulatory disorders have blood volume alterations as the underlying basis of their blood pressure, heart rate and blood flow abnormalities.
Any alterations made to a place of public accommodation or a commercial facility after the effective date of the statute, January 26, 1992, must comply "to the maximum extent feasible" with accessibility and useability requirements.