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total space

[¦tōd·əl ′spās]
(mathematics)
The topological space E in the bundle (E, p, B).
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non-residential premises au39 (1st floor, with the total space of 31.
All fields of science and engineering, except agriculture, increased research space from FY2001-2003, with the biological and medical sciences having the largest total space of 36 and 35 million NASF, respectively.
The project created a total space of slightly more than 10,000 square feet (930 square meters).
4m sq ft of selling space overseas in the fourth quarter, representing 50% of total space scheduled to open outside the UK during this financial year.
It operates in temperatures ranging from--65[degrees] to 200[degrees]F and pressures from sea level to total space vacuum.
The addition, which includes more classroom and lab space, as well as conference rooms and offices, increases the college's total space by approximately 30 per cent, he says.
The addition of Chick's, which will occupy 50,000 square feet, roughly 12 percent of the mall's total space, will shore things up considerably.
The ordered spheres occupy 74 percent of the total space available.
In the course of the project, the meltshop, which makes strictly 65-45-12 ductile iron for Romac's olivine sand molds, has expanded in total space from 3000 to 9500 sq ft.
Such rituals as the round dances performed in public squares symbolically invested the total space of the city.
The office occupied 10% of the total space in the home, and Chuck had claimed $2,500 of depreciation.
Only to the extent that he could work on the idea of a total space environment, or when he was disciplined by an idea of use--whether quotidian, as with his Akari lamps, or dramatic, as with his stage sets for Martha Graham--did Noguchi consistently overcome his own facility.