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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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But the health of Dods's Darlington string is not in question any more, and the manner in which Gone Too Far repelled allcomers up the home straight reflected the team's wellbeing.
GONE TOO FAR We have let Gordon Ramsey get away with it.
He claimed that many women agree that unwilling sex is not always rape if the victim is drunk, with a boyfriend or has gone too far in leading on a man.
Peter Monteith saddled his first winner for champion jumps owner David Johnson when Gone Too Far pulled well clear of Minster Glory in the Haden Young Ltd Handicap Chase.
As we reported last month, even Souder is rethinking the law, claiming that the Bush administration has gone too far with it, and is denying aid to students who have turned their lives around.
The Fed has overreacted to public pressure and recent weak economic news and gone too far with this interest rate cut.
And we listen to them, and they tell us if we've gone too far.
Kevorkian's attorneys are disavowing his actions, assisted-suicide advocates say he has gone too far, and legal experts say his latest move has a good chance of landing him behind bars.
Plus it assures my mom that I haven't gone too far away.