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first floor

1. (US) The floor of a building which is at, or closest to, grade level.
2. (Brit.) The floor of a building which is next above the floor at, or closest to, grade level; the latter is known as the ground floor.
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He said he visited the incident scene and recorded statements of eyewitnesses who told the police that Amna fell from second floor by accident.
The victim used foul language and cursed the worker's family, before the 30-year-old defendant was outraged by the remarks and pushed his flatmate from the second floor window at Dubai Investment Park.
Mountain Financial Services, LLC, renewed its 945 s/f office on the second floor of the Building.
The post Tourist in hospital after falling from second floor hotel room appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Any person having any objection to the disposal should make such objection in writing to the Assistant Director (quoting reference: DEV/SJH/D70A-423), Legal, Governance and Monitoring, Second Floor, High Street Buildings, High Street, Huddersfield HD1 2ND no later than 25 August 2015, giving full reasons for such objection.
An investigation is under way to determine the cause of the fire that started on the second floor of the hotel building," said Civil Defense spokesman Col.
On the second floor, where the front and rear blocks remain conjoined, the plan incorporates a reinterpretation of the traditional shophouse lightwell in the form of 18 pocket courtyards that separate front from back.
Another unique and comfort-enhancing aspect is the radiant floor heat on the second floor, achieved by installing the heating pipe between the floor framing.
On the second floor, three large secondary bedrooms share a bath with dual sinks.
It is soon clear four people are barricaded on the second floor with AK47s.
By then the flames had spread, trapping all four on the second floor.
On the second floor, the center exhibits home appliances designed for the near future--meaning they will be made available commercially in 2005 to 2010.

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