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Ophthalmol (of the retina) separated from the choroid layer of the eyeball to which it is normally attached, resulting in loss of vision in the affected part
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For this entire geographic area, we have estimated land value for more than 700,000 single-family detached homes and then aggregated the estimated values to the zip-code level.
According to the results, a standard single-family detached home in Tokyo's Suginami Ward cost the most at 114.5 million yen.
"Builders have recognized that not every buyer wants a 'single-family detached home'.
"How many people want to live in that (mixed-use) environment, as opposed to living in a single-family detached home?" she asked.
The median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California during August 2004 was $474,370, a 16.8 percent increase over the revised $406,140 median for August 2003, according to C.A.R.
The median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California during January 2004 was $405,720, a 20.7 percent increase over the revised $336,210 median for January 2003, C.A.R.
THE MEDIAN PRICE OF AN EXISTING, SINGLE-family detached home in California hit a new record during the third quarter of 2003, rising 20 percent to $386,340, according to the California Association of REALTORS[R] (C.A.R.), Los Angeles.
The median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California during May 2003 was $369,290, a 15.6 percent increase over the revised $319,590 median for May 2002, C.A.R.
Laurel by Irvine Pacific will include three contemporary single-family detached home designs ranging from approximately 2,170 to 2,631 square feet.
The median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California during April 2003 was $363,930, a 14.8 percent increase over the revised $317,120 median for April 2002, C.A.R.
ACCORDING TO THE CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of Realtors (C.A.R.), Los Angeles, and Real Estate Solutions, the median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California hit a new record during the fourth quarter of 2002, rising 21.4 percent to $333,240.
ACCORDING TO THE CALIFORNIA ASSOCIAtion of REALTORS(r) (C.A.R.), Los Angeles, and Sacramento, California--based Transamerica Intellitech, a real estate information service, the median price of an existing, single-family detached home in California during the first quarter of 2000 was $232,620, the highest on record.

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