street projection

street projection

Any part of a structure that extends beyond the street building line, including but not limited to architectural features, marquees, fire escapes, flagpoles, marquees, and signs.
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The Modern Art of Conversation starts near Central Station, with a glowing street projection themed around how we say hello.
Despite an increase in second-quarter revenue, TriPath still fell short of the Wall Street projection of about $25.
15, nearly seven cents above the current Street projection.
Taking place at the end of October, it features interactive street projections from Shanghai, live dance performances and the Lanterns of Terracotta Warriors exhibition.
Apple's shares plunged after its third-quarter earnings "disappointed" Wall Street projections for the quarter.
The company smashed Wall Street projections with net income of 13.
03 per share, or 19 percent, while The Timken Company, an Ohio-based ball bearings maker, topped Wall Street projections by 31 percent.
It has since moved up more than 340% and produced sales and earnings growth that have easily topped Wall Street projections, but have been highly consistent with McWilliams' forecasts.
But the diversified healthcare company predicted 2010 earnings would rise about 5% to 7%--barely reaching Wall Street projections.
Without constant pressure to meet Wall Street projections, perhaps Acxiom's new owners will be able to make efficiency and job stability co-exist.
This easily surpassed Wall Street projections for earnings of $6.
The news follows recent Wall Street projections that the global online ad market will reach US$24.