Found space

Found space

A space within an existing building that was not utilized prior to rehabilitation or adaptive use after having been abandoned; such as converting an attic, basement, or constructing new mezzanine levels.
References in classic literature ?
'but she found space for Em'ly in it, - her husband was away at sea, - and she kep it secret, and prevailed upon such neighbours as she had (they was not many near) to keep it secret too.
The table-toppers were rewarded again when Stanway found space on the edge of the area and angled the ball in off the post to score her 11th goal of the season.
In Islamic traditions calligraphies have found space on monuments, mosques and canvas, which creates continuity of traditions.
"From the second half on, we looked always like we could score goals because we found space.
With time running out there was just one last chance for Donovan who found space but Pannal keeper denied the canmce.
DON COWIE 6 Influential first half but found space in which to operate tougher after the break.
The home side opened the scoring on the ninth minute as they found space out wide to send Scott Turner over followed by a successful conversion from Tommy Johnson.
Toussaint found space at the back post to convert Callan Barber's corner and put the Sky Blues ahead at half-time and Dani Selmes doubled the lead on the hour, slotting home the rebound after Toussaint's shot had been saved.
Just as he had done against Norwich Gray found space dif-ficult to find, a fact which sharply contrasted with the areas Shinnie was able to exploit, in the first half especially.
Caldy got off to a flying start as Royle found space out wide and touched down in the corner, Jones missing the extras.
"We couldn't find our tempo in the first half but in the second half we woke up and found space and our passing improved," said the young Brazilian international.