public area

public area

[′pəb·lik ′er·ē·ə]
(building construction)
The total nonrentable area of a building, such as public conveniences and rest rooms.

public area

Any area which is free and open to the general public at all times.
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However, Senators amended a definition of public areas, giving the Health Minister the power to consider any place not included in the definition a public area.
7 (BNA): Tickets for the public area of the Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS2016) are now on sale at all Batelco outlets -- the airshow's headline sponsor, the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications (MTT) has said.
The agreement will see UFMCO provide engineering, infrastructure maintenance, road cleaning and public area cleaning, irrigation, landscaping, beach-cleaning, fountain and water feature maintenance services, coastal water and canal cleaning, pest control, waste collection and public area lighting services to Madinainova which managed both The Pearl Central Authority District (TCAD) and the Pearl Qatar Master Community.
Nominate a Public Area for Cleanup: In your travels around town, if you notice a public area in need of a spring cleaning, let Ms.
In my view, if a dog is aggressive it should be on a lead, strictly under control at all times in a public area.
It is not a public area so I don't see why I can't smoke in here.
In a public area it can become very messy and almost impossible to operate within normal hours.
Students of bioethics, sociology, medicine and anthropology alike receive chapters centering around issues of image, responsibility and blame, eugenics, and natural distinction: virtually any public area where the image and mystique of DNA are prevalent.
The property has a ground floor public area and first and second floor owners' accommodation.
The general public area will offer general information about LIBC and links to other insurance sites while the other area will provide access to the full range of LIBC services, such as an ability to search for LIBC, LPC and Lloyd's bulletins and circulars and to download documents.
When the first facility was built, quality care was defined solely or primarily in terms of medical care - hence the need for a large nurses' station that has easy visibility of the only public area on the unit.
Remarking on the high turnout of commercial companies and delegates -- day one saw 10,500 people in the trade area alone - Mr Al Shuail outlined the comprehensive measures undertaken to take the BIAS to the next level of development, covering complete refurbishment of the chalet complex, the introduction of a new 3000m2 airport, security and surveillance pavilion, as well as 40 per cent expansion of the public area.

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