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floor area ratio

The ratio of the total floor area of a building (excluding areas such as mechanical rooms or the areas of floors used exclusively for mechanical equipment) to the area of the lot on which the building is built.
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Nearness preserves farness. Preserving farness, nearness presences nearness in nearing that farness.
Indeed, for most, "he draws near from farness, and he draws far from nearness", with respect to perception and non-perception, by the very essence and form of Reality--and Unreality -, for the distance between Genius and people is not the same as that between people and Genius.
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In its "deliberative circumspection" Dasein manages to eliminate the farness of what is ready-to-hand to it.
"The seminar tackled difficulties facing the voters of the dead association and ways to overcome them, mainly the farness of some polling centers from their houses," he told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
In a speech to the 25th Economic Summit of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (COMCEC) in Istanbul President al-Assad added:" What we have done since the foundation and through a simple comparison with other international gatherings which emerged after thefoundation of our organization and have made great strides in the field of economic cooperation among its countries, we directly see farness of the distance which separates between our reality and aspirations of our peoples in building a strong, broad and deep-rooted relationship among them which agrees with many cultural and social elements compiled by history and invests the wide space posed by Islamic world of all its rich and varied potentials and resources.
farness that both prefigure and animate the diasporic poetics of both
"A feeling of farness and feeling like someone is extracting my soul from my body.
Farness, J., 'Glaucon's Couch, or Mimesis and the Art of the Republic', in A.N.
In this capacity he consolidated his reputation for farness and the ability to listen to various voices before taking major decisions.
Accordingly, liberal education should concentrate on the languages and literature of the ancients, of the Greeks and Romans, because of both their farness and their nearness.