Ratio Variables Ratio Variables Description RCWTSA Ratio of common wall
to total surface area RCWVSA Ratio of common wall
to vertical surface area RSSATSA Ratio of shared surface area to total surface area RESATSA Ratio of exposed surface area to total surface area RWATEA Ratio of window area to total exposed surface area RCWEP Ratio of common wall
to envelope perimeter RVSATEA Ratio of vertical surface area to total exposed surface area RVSATSA Ratio of vertical surface area to total surface area RNSEPAP Ratio of number of shared envelope panels to apartment perimeter Table 2.
Proactive measures in adjacent units that share a common wall
with the infested unit.
A small volume is used so that the common wall
at the puncture site will not become distorted.
Televisions in both apartments are embedded in the common wall
separating the two spaces.
(14) On the other hand, the Fourth Amendment did reach the government's physical intrusion upon private property during an investigation, as for example when they drove a "spike mike" into the common wall
of a row house until it made contact with a heating duct for the home in which the conversation occurred.
There are less-frequent instances of clustered (also known as nested or mid-board) configurations, where bathrooms of two adjoining patient rooms cluster together to share the length of one common wall
In this article, we'll show you how to fix common wall
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Readers will discover how to make art the focal point of any room, find art that fits their budget, five common wall
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should not receive a permit to operate a liquor store that will share a common wall
with a Sam's Club it plans to build in Fayetteville.
The M-series modular concept expands the user option for specification alternatives while increasing reconfiguration flexibility such as common wall
assembly with a second freezer.
Many chemists seem to assume the periodic table is "carved in stone." The introductory presentations provided the attendees with an overview of the richness of the history of the table and the fact that the common wall
chart form was only devised in 1923.
After further investigation, we learned that the building in question shared a common wall
with the building next door.