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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Other funding announced in this round include a new lab to create connections between experimental and interdisciplinary artists in Melbourne and the Wimmera, a mentorship program as part of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival, and a creative residency program for women at Avocas historic Swiss House.
The result topped the average Wall Street projection by USD0.06 a share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
The Modern Art of Conversation starts near Central Station, with a glowing street projection themed around how we say hello.
Looking ahead, Kroger forecasts a profit of $2.00 to $2.05 per diluted share for fiscal 2009, compared with the Wall Street projection of $2.05.
Electric car maker Tesla sank after its fourth-quarter vehicle deliveries fell short of Wall Street projections. The company also said it is cutting the prices of its cars $2,000 to help customers handle the gradual phase-out of federal electric vehicle tax credits.
Electric car maker Tesla sank after its fourth-quarter vehicle deliveries fell short of Wall Street projections. The company also says it's cutting the prices of its three different cars by $2,000 each to help customers handle the gradual phase-out of federal electric vehicle tax credits.
The social network's third-quarter revenue jumped 33 percent, while profit was $1.76 a share, well ahead of Wall Street projections, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
-- Pharmacy gains propelled CVS Health's second quarter results ahead of Wall Street projections.
Honeywell had a honey of a second quarter, outpacing Wall Street projections for earnings and reporting top line gains fueled mostly by operational growth.Honeywell had a honey of a second quarter, outpacing Wall Street projections for earnings and reporting top line gains fueled mostly by operational growth.
Exxon, however, still makes most of its money pumping oil and gas elsewhere in the world, and earnings in its international production business jumped by $800 million, to nearly $3.1 billion.<br />The company's per-share earnings of $1.09 still fell a penny of analysts' forecasts, according to a survey by FactSet, and a nickel short of expectations of analysts polled by Zacks Investment Research.<br />Revenue rose 16 percent to $68.21 billion, which easily beat Wall Street projections.<br />CEO Darren Woods credited higher oil and natural gas prices, operating efficiencies and changes in the company's portfolio.
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.