blind area

blind area

An area built around the outside of a basement wall to prohibit penetration of moisture.
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Request for quotations : maintenance of the blind area around the center building at: ag.
These perspectives cover open areas, blind area, hidden areas and unknown areas.
This keeps our blind area looking natural instead of looking like we just pulled a bunch or grass and put it on the blinds.
In the permeability reduction zone, the gas pressure is reduced slowly, the extraction of 180 days is still greater than 0.74 MPa, and the extraction blind area is 4.1 x 104m2.
I would ask the question, what gives cyclists the right to overtake on the inside blind area of a car driver, if it is illegal for a car to overtake on the inside, unless lane markings depict you can.
The main goal of neuro-optometric rehabilitation in a patient with homonymous hemianopia (HH) is to take the visual stimulus that presents in the blind area of the field and transfer it for processing by the functioning area.
The minimum number is showing a general tendency to increase as the height rises; that is, the probability of the test points appearing in the blind area of camera increases as the camera height rises and more cameras are needed to cover these points.
In another, two divers kneeled back-to-back to eliminate the blind area.
The intention of Surefire is to offer housing providers, private landlords and private residents the cs hance to access ECO funding and Green Deal; they have a tailored retrofit package that is OJEU compliant, gives direct access to ECO and is flexible enough to enable tenure blind area retrofit that is a catalyst for local regeneration.
Traditional laparotomy is associated with high rates of uncontrollable hemorrhage, intestinal fistula and infection in enterocoelia and considerable resource utilization7; Direct Retroperitoneal Open Drainage via a Long Posterior Oblique Incision reported by Zenichi Morise in Japan which could decrease IAP, but it was hard to control the bleeding from a blind area and would be difficult for postsurgical management8; Transverse laparostomy always leads to the loss of abdominal and back extensor muscle functions9; subcutaneous linea alba fasciotomy often results in ventral hernia requiring abdominal wall reconstruction.10
The third quarter shows the blind area of the self, containing those aspects of the individual's behavior and style that are known by others but s/he is not willing to recognize and admit.