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Abut

To meet or touch with an end, as on a construction member meeting an adjoining one.

abut

To adjoin at an end; to be contiguous.
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CP (84 AD3d 600 [1st Dept 2011]), which it interpreted as holding that a landowner's duty to maintain the sidewalk is implicated only where the defect upon which the plaintiff falls abuts the landowner's property (2013 WL 1808093, 2013 NY Misc LEXIS 1699 [Sup Ct, New York County 2013]).
To me, the key phrase of this paragraph was at the very beginning: "Where such street walls abut an existing building .
The legislation also includes a provision for a 6-foot barrier, which applies to sites that abut properties zoned residential, according to the bill's sponsor, state Rep.
Max Blue and Wilson Abut use Inspector Pacheco and Luz Stella as politic mouthpieces in their adventures that span the Americas, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the Southern United States.
He added that he was concerned abut the possibility that unfounded accusations would arise "from certain corners" against the German bishops.
This was a mistake since many of the workers failed to provide details abut themselves and their practice, which would have given more depth to their stories.
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Four graduated cubes, encased in granite, abut a high, tapering trajectory of glass and steel, aptly named the Glass Hall.
No fewer than three elementary schools abut the fields on the western end of town, as does the Willows mobile home estate, which has the town's single highest incidence of health problems.
The tiles, marked for example with lines or arrows, must abut certain edges to yield the final pattern.
The City Council last night gave unanimous preliminary approval to an amendment to the city's snow-removal ordinance that will exempt those sidewalks that abut the rear-lot line of any property along a state highway.
Many of the claims lapsed, but for the handful that remain within the proposed protected lands and for others that abut against.