accessory use

accessory use

The use or occupancy incidental to the principal use or occupancy of a building.
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The new Thermo Scientific iD7 ATR accessory uses an all-diamond crystal to provide the robustness necessary to analyze hard solid samples as well as liquids and powders.
The conditions also state that temporary uses or accessory uses not included in the operation description are not permitted; limit operation hours to 8 a.m.
Permitted accessory uses include restaurants, cocktail lounges, public banquet halls, ballrooms, or meeting rooms.
Selectman Steven Sullivan also questioned the terminology of articles dealing with accessory uses.
Suited for the Aridus II desolvating nebulizer system, the QuickWash accessory uses a second high flow nebulizer built into the front of the Aridus II PFA spray chamber.
"We know that certain kinds of church activities can be prohibited under zoning such as 'accessory uses' which, in zoned cities, are not protected by the first amendment but are protected in unzoned Houston by property rights." (See "Quiet Crusade," December 1987.)