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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 second play ("Comedie de l'Adoration des Trois Rois a Jesus Christ") treats the story of the Three Kings, but goes far beyond the usual description of gifts, etc.
We understand the New Economy to mean not just a new type of company but a new type of executive, with a range of skills that goes far beyond those needed 20 to 30 years ago," he says.
Gray's intellectual about-face, though, goes far beyond international economics.
At the moment we do not think it goes far enough, but at the end of the day it will be Jimmy's decision.
Gruber says the crisis in real estate goes far beyond commercial real estate.
This agreement goes far beyond the provisions of the Montreal Protocol, an international treaty that will cut in half the use of these chemicals, called chlorofluorocarbons or CFCs (SN: 9/26/87, p.
Oakley Networks is a leader in insider threat protection, and the only provider of an integrated network and endpoint solution that goes far beyond content monitoring by providing event context and behavioral visibility.
He said: "Whilst we and our retailers welcome any reduction in taxes, I don't think that a PS1,000 business rates reduction for high street stores goes far enough.
Nonetheless, fans of artistic alphabet presentations will find The Hidden Alphabet easily goes far beyond the usual a-b-c primer, inviting fresh perspectives on alphabet art.
The author goes far beyond the familiar battle for women's suffrage and the struggle for minority voting and includes other groups not frequently considered in the electoral process.
Dimling, Nielsen's president and chief executive, said he hoped to develop new audience measurement systems for interactive TV systems - where viewers' control goes far beyond changing channels - whether delivered by broadcast, cable or satellite.