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Adjacent

Describing a real estate property that is close to but not adjoining another. For example, a house is adjacent to the house across the street because they are in the same neighborhood.

adjacent

Nearby, but not necessarily touching; implies properties separated by a natural barrier such as a river,or by a street,but not separated by another property.Properties that touch each other are legally said to be adjoining rather than adjacent, but common usage includes such properties as within the definition of adjacent.

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He might also smile at contributors to Adjacencies refusing to reify Third Solitudes as they use a range of critical and interdisciplinary theorists to address lingering "Canadian" questions of ethnicity and literature.
Some CEOs will invest only in adjacencies that are one step away from the core, and restrict their companies to moves that vary only a single parameter at a time--geography, for instance, or channels.
The first scheme of organization using scaled representations was a direct translation of the functional adjacency diagram, which respected the desired function adjacencies and revealed diverse points of service access, concerns regarding desired separation and consolidation of traffic types, and the significant effect of space geometry.
Although described only for the 6-adjacency in Martin-Herrero (2007), the recursive method can be straightforwardly extended to other adjacencies.
Other appliances and consumer electronics serve as the adjacencies in the Sears stores.
Office space and sizes are explored; circulation and adjacencies are shown in plan.
Product adjacencies: Marketing a new product or service to core customers is one of the most commonly pursued and highest potential adjacencies.
d], and such that their edges belong to a given set of adjacencies (Fig.
Circulation patterns, use and adjacencies, sociologies of hierarchy and networks, sustainability all are thrown in to the mix required for design excellence.