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Barrier

1. See: Trade barrier.

2. See: Barrier Option.
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For example, the delay capabilities or architectural barriers will modify the degigner's selection of sensor and access control subsystem elements.
The board was created by Congress in 1973 in an effort to ensure that federal buildings honor the letter and spirit of the Architectural Barriers Act.
7 million annually, are used to improve parks, build community centers, remove architectural barriers, create jobs, support low-income housing, and provide services to low-income and disabled people.
Educational accessibility means removing architectural barriers and supplying large print textbooks to visually impaired students.
Section 502 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act created the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (ATBCB) to enforce the accessibility standards of the 1968 Architectural Barriers Act (Rubin & Roessler, 1987).
to comply with Title Ill - the public accommodations aspects - many building owners had surveys performed that identified which architectural barriers should be removed.
A holder of 12 patents with another four in development, Coln was the chief architect of ADI's PulSAR(R) analog-to-digital converter (ADC) product family, which overcame perceived architectural barriers then confronting SAR converters to redefine the product category.
Tender are invited for Forced administrative execution of administrative acts removal of temporary buildings, illegal buildings, architectural barriers in the territory of the Municipality Center - Skopje.
The first project aims to overcome architectural barriers to create a special route for the blind from a dedicated parking area to the Verdi Theatre.
Designing for maximum accessibility now will be easier, cheaper and more aesthetically pleasing than attempting to remove architectural barriers later.
Solutions to consumers' problems/needs focus on peer counseling, advocacy, consumer control and the removal of architectural barriers.
26, according to Title III of the law, all architectural barriers must have been overcome in all buildings housing one or more privately owned "places of public accommodation" - restaurants, hotels, doctors' offices, retail stores, banks, etc.

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