circulation area

circulation area

[‚sər·kyə·′lā·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(building construction)
The area required for human traffic in a building, including permanent corridors, stairways, elevators, escalators, and lobbies.

primary circulation areas

The areas of a building that are required for access to its entrances, corridors, elevators, lobbies, stairs, and toilets.
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THERE are hundreds of primary schools across our circulation area. We know, and we're sure you do too, that these schools face a real struggle to find funding to support their amazing work.
Entrants must live within the circulation area of the Birmingham Mail.
Competition open to residents within the circulation area of the Coventry Telegraph.
Winners will be contacted directly within 48 hours of the draw and details will be updated monthly at www.journallive.co.uk/winners Standard Trinity Mirror plc rules apply, available at www.journallive.co.uk/legal Competition open to residents within the circulation area of The Journal.
The awards have been running since 1992, and are open to any business operating in the Daily Post circulation area of Merseyside, West Lancashire and North West Cheshire.
A full postcode list and footprint of the circulation area can be found at www.chroniclelive.co.uk/legal or available from Freepost NEA1676, Promotions, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1BR.
Starting Monday, the Savannah (Ga.) Morning News is shrinking its circulation area.
THE happiest angler in the Echo's whole circulation area this week is 64-year-old Frank Simpson, who scored his first ever match fishing win at Mescar Lake with a haul of 431b 1oz.
Springfield City Councilor Dave Ralston's controversial remarks on illegal immigration also drew dozens of letters, many from outside the newspaper's circulation area. The West Eugene Parkway also refused to disappear as a letters topic.
Nonwhites make up 24 percent of its circulation area.