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plan

1. a drawing to scale of a horizontal section through a building taken at a given level; a view from above an object or an area in orthographic projection
2. (in perspective drawing) any of several imaginary planes perpendicular to the line of vision and between the eye and object depicted

Plan

A two-dimensional graphic representation of the design and dimensions of the project, or parts thereof, viewed in a horizontal plane from above.

Plan

 

a word with various meanings in Russian, including the following.

(1) In cartography, a drawing using conventional symbols that represents on a plane a part of the earth’s surface; the scale is 1:10,000 or larger.

(2) In architecture and other fields, a horizontal cross section or top view of a building or object.

(3) In descriptive geometry, a horizontal projection.

(4) A predetermined order or sequence of carrying out a program, work project, or measure—for example, an economic plan, production plan, strategic plan, or curriclum.

(5) The scheme, design, or basic features of a written or oral work or presentation—for example, a lecture plan or the plot of a play.

(6) The way in which something is viewed, constructed, or approached—a plane or level. Examples include the phrases “on the theoretical plane” and on “on two levels.”

(7) Ground, the relative position of objects in a pictorial representation—for example, foreground, middle ground, and background; the relative dimensions of objects in a pictorial representation—for example, the word appears in the Russian terms for “close-up” and “long shot” in cinematography.


Plan

 

in architecture. (1) A graphic representation on a definite scale of a horizontal view of a building (or one of its floors or internal areas), a group of buildings, or a populated area as a whole or in part. Depending on its purpose, the plan may show the design of walls and supports, the arrangement of furniture, the arrangement of equipment and the layout of technological processes in industrial structures, and urban green belts and transportation networks. The plan usually characterizes the shape and configuration of a structure.

(2) A representation of the arrangement of the principal parts of a building at ground level or on different levels for multistory buildings and for groups of buildings on sloping sites.

plan

[plan]
(graphic arts)
An orthographic drawing on a horizontal plane, as of an instrument, a horizontal section, or a layout.
A large-scale map or chart of a small area.

plan

plan
1. A two-dimensional graphic representation of the design, horizontal dimensions of a building, and location, as seen in a horizontal plane viewed from above, in contrast to a graphical representation representing a vertical plane (such as a section, 2 or an elevation, 1). See center-hall plan, city plan, cruciform plan, community plan, floor plan, four-square plan, gable-front-and-wing plan, gable-front plan, Georgian plan, ground plan, hall-and-parlor plan, hall-house plan, H-plan, linear plan, L-plan, one-room plan,

PLAN

(language)
Programming LANguage Nineteen hundred.

The assembly language for ICL 1900 series computers.
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For individuals, the monthly premium for the Hayatuna Medical Care Plan will be RO7 and annual premium RO77.
There was virtually no change in the percentage of employees with medical care plans that imposed a less generous coinsurance rate for mental health inpatient care than for other illnesses.
Abdul Latheef, managing director, Badr Al Samaa Group of Hospitals, said: Eoe1/4EoWe are pleased to be associated with BankMuscat for promoting the Hayatuna Medical Care Plan targeting the bank customers.
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Despite the upward pressure on health costs, the problem is so serious that there has been a steady increase in the incidence of coverage for substance abuse treatment in employer-provided medical care plans, to the point that virtually all plans now provide some benefits.
Ninety-six percent of full-time participants in employer-provided medical care plans were covered for out-of-hospital prescription drugs in 1989.
Among all full-time workers who were covered by employer medical care plans in 2002, the most recent year for which data are available, about 58 percent were enrolled in PPOs, 33 percent in HMOs, and 7 percent in fee-for-service plans.
The proportion of employees covered by employer-sponsored medical care plans in private industry has fallen gradually over the last decade.
Fresenius Medical Care plans to finance the acquisition primarily through an extension of its senior credit agreement.

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