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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]).
But the alternative site abuts a large swath of the Outer Harbor that is contaminated with carcinogenic chemicals and toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic, according to documents obtained by Investigative Post under the state Freedom of Information Law.
Two additional regression models were developed, replacing the "Abuts HVTL" variable in the models shown in Tables 5 and 4 with interaction variables representing the maximum line voltage present at each abutting (treatment) sale.
Eddy, who came up with the substitute amendment, said less than a dozen sidewalks would be exempted under the latest proposal, including some on Grove Street (Route 122A), those along Pleasant Street (Route 122) that abut the rear properties of some homes on Meadow Lane, and a house on Conger Road, which also abuts Pleasant Street.
The new addition abuts a large retention pond west of the campus building, and includes two smaller ponds--one with a fountain--east of the building.
An Upper East Side three-story building located at 1032-1034 Lexington Avenue, which abuts eight parcels with substantial air rights, and which would be a key parcel included in any future development assemblage, is on the market for sale exclusively through Eastern Consolidated.
The approved plan has pitted neighbors, whose property abuts the site, against the town planning board, which approved the plan on a 4-2 vote.
The dependent viscera sign is said to be present on the right side if the upper one-third of the liver abuts the posterior ribs (Fig.
The quarry where the script was found abuts an archaeological site, near Veracruz, in what was the heartland of the ancient Olmec civilization.
Hydro lines cross over the area and a potential deep water port could be developed within Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior that abuts MetalCORP's property.