multiple-family

multiple-family

Said of a building in which more than two families or households live independently of each other and do cooking within their own living quarters.
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In order to help contractors and other construction workers understand and apply the provisions of the National Electrical Code, Miller presents detailed information in a format based on type of occupancy--one-family dwellings, multiple-family dwellings, and commercial sites--organized in easy-to-read units, and enhanced with technical illustrations.
Provide plan review of any and all types of structures including, but not limited to, single family dwellings, multiple-family dwelling units, commercial and industrial buildings for compliance with all local ordinances including a Tier 1 of Cal Green as mandatory and state and federal laws that pertain to Building and Safety, and for compliance with the adopted Building Code, adopted Plumbing Code, adopted Electrical Code, adopted Mechanical Code, adopted Fire Code and the accessibility and Noise and Energy Conservation requirements as mandated by state Title 24, state Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance compliance, CASP compliance and all applicable Ordinances
All multiple-family residential buildings across Bulgaria, with a minimum of 36 separate apartments, are eligible to apply at their corresponding municipalities.
Doherty last week launched "e-cycleNYC," a new electronics re-cycling program for multiple-family buildings.
5 is the most desirable and 1 is the least desirable), followed by multiple-family offices, which received a 4.
Multiple-family therapy has a considerable evidence base in work with children, adults, and their families who manifest emotional, behavioral, and psychosomatic presentations, they say.
ONE of the weak links in trash-recycling efforts in Los Angeles has always been multiple-family housing complexes.
While fire crews were at that scene, two other calls came in, one for smoke conditions at another multiple-family dwelling and the other for a carbon monoxide detector going off at yet another multiple-family dwelling.
This can sometimes be addressed through culturally specific multiple-family groups.
Multiple-family groups (MFGs) have been proposed as a responsive intervention modality for low-income, ethnic minority children and families given their increased risk of psychopathology (Aponte, Zarski, Bixenstene, & Cibik, 1991, Boyd-Franklin, 1993; McKay, Gonzales, Stone, Ryland, & Kohner, 1995).
5 and 1,25 are assumed for apartments and multiple-family residences respectively, a reported odds ratio of 1.
Finally, a treatment model is presented that integrates family therapy and identification with an extended family to address these issues in a multiple-family group format designed to facilitate a postdivorce adjustment and effective single-parenting.

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