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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.


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.
As is typical in the Think Tank Process, expected adjacencies did not materialize.
While we modified category spacing and adjacencies, we felt it was important not to turn the stores upside down," explains Bloom.
Although described only for the 6-adjacency in Martin-Herrero (2007), the recursive method can be straightforwardly extended to other adjacencies.
Circulation patterns, use and adjacencies, sociologies of hierarchy and networks, sustainability all are thrown in to the mix required for design excellence.
In an effort to further enhance its understanding of RBG's position and importance within the dairy aisle, General Mills continued to partner with IRI, Cannondale Associates, and Willard Bishop Consulting (WBC), learnings from which provided even better understanding of key dairy aisle adjacencies, profitability, and the impact of adding or contracting section sizes.
Once the "acid test" assessment is completed and verification of your core strengths has been made, you then have another set of opportunities to explore: adjacencies to your core.
Unfortunately, the book does not respond in detail to the ongoing debate in healthcare buildings over clinical adjacencies versus deep-plan.