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superblock

A larger than usual residential block, having no through traffic.
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In 1985, a project called 'Game Street' that resembled superblocks was introduced in Yongkang Street, which is popular among foreign tourists.
The principle underlying superblocks is that neighbourhood space in cities should be devoted to people, rather than as a thoroughfare for driving from one point to another.
In any case, the result is a system simulation having at least one superblock dedicated specifically to each of the five state categories mentioned.
Steelhouse Lane police station and custody cells will be closed to >make way for the two new "superblocks"
The project mainly covers substructure and superstructure works within a 260,000 square metre built-up area encompassing three superblocks with various structures such as residential buildings, schools, utilities, offices and retail buildings.
The project mainly covers substructure and superstructure works within a 260,000 sq m built-up area encompassing three superblocks with various structures such as residential buildings, schools, utilities, offices and retail buildings.
Then comes Chapter 3 where this theme of middle-class return is explored through the "superblocks" --immense expressions of international finance that incorporate condominium living, commercial space, shopping mall, recreation, and the fine restaurants of good living--the Sutiyoso vision triumphant.
Chief Superintendent Steve Anderson, head of Community Justice and Custody, admitted that ultimately nine of the 13 blocks still open could close if the vision of two superblocks is realised in the next couple of years.
"Today's approval is an initial step toward NYU's overall proposed plan for the superblocks, plans which call for adding some density but also introducing significant new landscape and open space." TRD
Consider a SBCLA for n-bits operands, organized in N superblocks, each of them having M blocks with m stages (N = n / m).
Experiments that have evolved from the typological to topological as evidenced in the curvaceous screen walls of the Eugene courthouse (currently under construction) or the serpentine, striated superblocks envisioned for Queens.