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floor area ratio

The ratio of the total floor area of a building (excluding areas such as mechanical rooms or the areas of floors used exclusively for mechanical equipment) to the area of the lot on which the building is built.
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The other six farthest stars are not from Sagittarius dwarf, according to the models, but even those could have been absorbed by the Milky Way from some other galaxy.
The record for the farthest distance bounced in 24 hours is currently held by American James Roumeliotis, who covered 23.
The Farthest Shore optimistically considers the opportunities and advantages that outer space may hold for us in the future.
Memoirs and retirements are the farthest things from their minds at the moment.
Farthest North by Fridtjof Nansen First published in 1897.
The photograph is not of a typhoon proper, but of the smaller thunderheads at the farthest edge of an advancing system.
To receive this honor from such a field of professionals is beyond my farthest expectation.
Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), a stock that had probably fallen the farthest out of all of Lewis' selections, exploded back to profitability, posting a whopping 181.
Pushing back the boundaries of space observation, French and Swiss astronomers say they have detected the farthest galaxy ever seen.
Why would an explorer choose to travel to the farthest regions of our world?
But this is to be expected from an event organized and choreographed by the farthest fringes of the Stalinist left.
From the molecular and subatomic world to the farthest reaches of the expanding universe, he explores the ramifications of dark matter and dark energy and details the advances astronomers are making in their quest to understand that which we can't see.