total span

total span

[′tōd·əl ′span]
(anthropology)
An anthropometric determination of the distance between the tips of the middle fingers at maximum arm stretch without straining.
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Dubai Tour, a professional cycling competition that take place every year in the UAE, will run from February 6 -10, 2018, and covers a total span of 870km from Dubai to other emirates.
The bridge has four lanes in each direction and a total span of 31 meters.
The activities of Total span oil and gas production, refining, petrochemicals and marketing.
He said that 132 buildings comprising police lines, stations and posts will be constructed in a total span of five years with Rs.
The total span of arch-the measurement by which natural bridges are ranked-is 210.
The plans forsee a boost of the length of already-controversial tracks with close to 200%, raising their total span from 133 km to 333 km, as stated by ruling GERB party MP Lyuben Tatarski, former mayor of local town of Razlog.
The 3 billion Dirham (US$ 817 million) Dubai Lagoon project is more than two years behind schedule and is supposed to in total span seven
Oregon, however, has led in only one of its four road games, for a total span of 5:06 at ASU.
As just one example, we now know that the tidally disrupted globular cluster named Palomar 5 has a pair of tails with a total span of 10?
It has a total span of 413 feet (126 metres) and the innovative design demanded that it was manufactured to a tolerance of just 1/8th of an inch (3mm).
Again, facts and circumstances will determine the true nature of the expense; however, the IRS realizes that some locations may be so sporadic or infrequent that it would be impractical or unreasonable to focus solely on the expectation of the total span of employment at the location in applying the one-year test.
Concina's book is also the first study of the total span of Venetian history to integrate -- indeed to develop -- Tafuri's studies of the ideological dimension of architectural fashion, and the occasional strategic recourse to architectural innovation or conservatism.