Guest unit

Guest unit

[′gest ‚yü·nət]
(biology)
A unit for the standardization of plasmin.
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The English basement has it's own bath and could be a guest unit, family room, work room, playroom, etc.
The back of the house, painted with a wacky, rainbow assortment of colors, opens to numerous terraces and other outdoor living spaces that link the main house to a studio-style guest unit top a detached two-car garage.
A VRF system using R-410A is proposed, with a 1 ton (3.5 kW) evaporator per guest unit. What is the maximum refrigerant capacity permitted in one VRF network?
The airline's stage-length adjusted guest unit revenue was up 23 percent.
Unit revenue (RASM) was up 23% and the stage-length guest unit revenue increased by 29% year-on-year.
Features a twelve-seat home theater, entertainment-sized kitchen and living areas, two pools, boat dock and guest unit. $5,995,000.
Ex-employee Ralph Chacon says: "She would always go back to her guest unit and he would go alone to his bedroom."
Listing details note five bedrooms and six full and two half bathrooms, including a city-view master with fireplace and sleek en suite, as well as a self-contained guest unit and a separate pavilion kitted out in listing photos as a combination gym and office.
Other features include a chef-friendly eat-in kitchen, a home theater, gym/dance studio, wine cellar, sauna and separate guest unit. The elaborate gardens and well-watered lawns are lined with perfectly clipped hedges, shaded with mature trees and decked out with a gazebo, swimming pool and spa, meditation garden and putting green.
The project will include replacing exterior canopy cladding, new interior stairs on the main level, reconfiguration of walls on levels one and two, a new third-floor restroom, replacement of doors on guest units, and conversion of existing suites to an additional seven units.
These well-appointed guest units also boast free Wi-Fi, oversized smart TVs with access to YouTube and Netflix, and kitchens equipped with granite surfaces and stainless-steel appliances.