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Infill

A smart growth term referring to using available properties within the community, as opposed to expanding outward or using existing greenfields within the community.
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N-lode (Figure 2 and Table 2)- New intercepts and vein development have infilled a 100 m by 50 m area of previously Inferred Mineral Resource along the bottom of N-lode.
According to the researchers, the animal's elongated torso has been infilled with irregular-spaced vertical and diagonal lines, whilst the legs and stylised antlers comprise simple lines.
Over the next few years the site will be transformed forever with many of the old buildings demolished and much of the space infilled, but the Bears will still have plenty of space at their disposal with the main stadium, Indoor Centre, nets area and the Colts Ground.
We mixed perlite in with the mortar, and infilled between inside and outside mortar "beads" with perlite as we stacked, because it doesn't burn (our cord walls are on both sides of the wood stove).
The entire tenement will be covered on 100 metre spacing with the areas considered most prospective to be infilled to 50 metres.
Otherwise if infilled it just becomes a retaining wall and not a dam.
Made of tubular steel infilled with moire patterned glazing, this 'plug over', as MacFarlane described it, contains a network of staircases that convey visitors around the renovated warehouse.
The eco-friendly materials include a timber frame with walls infilled with 400 bales of straw for insulation.
The field will use infilled synthetic turf that features a sophisticated drainage system and is softer and more grass-like than traditional AstroTurf.
The basic concept is very similar to a timber-frame house commonly seen on any building site, but instead of being built on site with a timber frame which in then infilled, it is built in a factory environment using structurally-insulated panels," he said.
So far Tyne Dock has been partially infilled with over 300,000 cubic metres of dredged spoil and the infilling with landbased material, also from tunnel excavations, is scheduled to start early in the New Year.
In the south and west, the Old Alluvium pedoderm has various components: meander plain, backplain, and infilled channels.