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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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The Matalan team pulling over 40 tonnes of aircraft the furthest
In the competition for the group who could get furthest north from campus, team Griffins managed to reach John O'Groats in Scotland.
They identified around 100,000 galaxies and selected several candidates that appeared furthest away due to their colours.
Quick step: Dave and Katie plan to break the record for the furthest distance ever danced by a couple.
Blue Square Bet - furthest progressing non-league team in the FA Cup: 7-2 Luton, 5 Harrogate Town, 13-2 Macclesfield, 8 Barrow, 9 Mansfield, 10 Alfreton, Lincoln City, 12 Hereford, 18 Dorchester, 20 Chelmsford, 12 teams outside of BSBP, BSBN & BSBS.
Furthest Land looked good during his pre-race trackwork on the all-weather surface and although the colt is an outsider at 20-1, he is one of the favourites to stage a coup in Saturday's historic $10 million (Dh36.
ALEX McLEISH has insisted a new contract is the furthest thing from his mind after the beginning of the Carson Yeung era at Birmingham.
An antireflection layer comprises at least one metal oxide and is deposited on the covering layer for the silver layer (Ag3) furthest away from the substrate.
In a race to see whose balloon got the furthest, the youngsters at Rumney Infants' School and Nursery Unit, in Cardiff, set off their balloons.
Currently, the furthest back that scientists can observe is 380,000 years after the Big Bang.
Make sure the foot that is furthest back is on the same side as the hand holding the weight.
Pursued from this unusual viewpoint, his continuing investigation of extremely low-resolution imagery functions as an exploration of the furthest margins of visual perception, revealing how much--or how little--information is required for comprehension.