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(1) The smallest rentable tenant space in a strip center, usually defined by the front and rear exterior walls and fire walls at either side.(2) An unfinished area between rows of columns or loadbearing walls. (3) Loading areas in warehouse or industrial space. Ascertaining the number of bays necessary and available is usually critically important when working with buyers or potential tenants of such space.

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From just a few native species of trees available, the group decided on valley and coastal live oak and California bay laurels because, ``they are the king and queen of the tree world,'' Malkan said.
It illustrates wise water use at home and was created in Cindy Goldstein's class at Bay Laurel Elementary School in Calabasas.
Six other area students recognized during recent ceremonies were: Hayden Beckman from Sumac Elementary in Agoura Hills; Elliot Ammon and Julie Vosgerichlan from Round Meadow Elementary in Calabasas; Brittany Fels from Willow Elementary in Agoura Hills; Misha Rosenberg from Bay Laurel Elementary in Calabasas; and Carolyn Zhang from White Oak in Westlake Village.
Then we tackled Levada do Paul - also built in the 1700s - a narrow pathway surrounded by bay laurels, ericas, blueberry and blackberry trees, and even a lily of the valley
uk (0870 000 1057) - they have evergreen bay laurels from pounds 24.
Then we tackled Levada do Paul - built in the 1700s - a narrow pathway surrounded by bay laurels, ericas, blueberry and blackberry trees, and even a Lily of the Valley.
The park's lush, redwood-studded trails are quiet in February, its native bay laurels smell deliciously pungent, and only the hardiest raindrops struggle through the thick canopy to the forest floor.
It's wiping out entire swathes of oak, and also hitting the bay laurels, acers and horsechestnuts.
The ordinance protects oaks, sycamores and bay laurels that are native to the region.
The city's ordinance protects indigenous trees -- the oaks, sycamores and bay laurels that normally grow in the area.
4-mile stretch (just rebuilt after a washout) dips past chaparral, then into Soda Gulch and some of the preserve's biggest trees-fragrant bay laurels, and towering redwoods.
At first nearly level, it steepens and moves into the shade of live oaks, buckeyes, and great bay laurels as it approaches Spengler Trail.