Adaptive-use projects that retain the original quality or characteristic form
of the building; and
It is the name given to a group of conditions in which the optic nerve suffers a characteristic form
of damage at the back of the eye, which is often associated with a raised level of intraocular pressure,' WHO said.
Thus, stress has its own characteristic form
and composition, but no particular cause.
The iconoclasm of Islam has given a characteristic form
and pattern in the use of elegant designs, based on geometric figures and floral forms borrowed from nature.
The torque-slip characteristic form
of capacitor motor with cage-solid rotor is unacceptable (Fig.
The evolutionary anthropologist Chris Knight has long been insisting that anarchism is not some utopian dream, but that anarchy or 'primitive communism' was the characteristic form
of social organisation among early humans.
Perhaps Iglesias's most characteristic form
is the celosia (latticework, also, jalousie).
Rock superstar Ozzy Osbourne in characteristic form
earlier this year; right, Ozzy in the mid-1980s; with Black Sabbath in the early 1970s.
As to Ataka, its mercurial leader Volen Siderov was in characteristic form
on election night.
Polymer-oligomeric product (POP) TGD synthesis PTFE has a characteristic form
of powder with particles size less than 5 microns, and comprising in the range of oligomer and polymer fractions of different molecular weight (from a few hundred to several hundred thousand units).
The sociologist Cornelia Dana Nitulescu article aforesaid about neighborhood attention of a type of community life in the city neighborhood characteristic form
of urban housing.
The author is particularly interested in the persistence of corporatism as the characteristic form
of state rule, despite the transformation of the economy from state-capitalism to neoliberal-capitalism.