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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Denser creates a postmodern Scheherazade as she intersperses Julia's narrative with dialogues among different members of the family; for example, between Julia's grandparents, Vitor and Teresa; among Alvaro, Julia's father, and his siblings; or between Julia's mother, Vivien, and her sisters-in-law, following Julia's birth.
Moreover, nothing in the deed limits the landowner's ability to seek rezoning to denser development classifications.
With Southern California already heavily developed and getting denser all the time, developers and communities must learn how to work together for the common good -- housing that pencils out for the development company but doesn't clash with a community's flavor or the lifestyles of its inhabitants.
Even, consistent distribution of material and uninterrupted dual forking produces a denser lining, leading to longer lining life.
When asked why he chose NEXGEN over the competition, Bryan said, "The TIEger Series baler is reasonably priced and produces bales that are denser than other open-end auto ties.
To prevent this ice melt, University of Alberta researchers have suggested 8,000 barges pump huge amounts of salty ocean water on top of ice sheets, to make their melting water denser and so continue the downward drift motoring the current.
Data centers are constantly moving to denser and denser server and storage platforms.
The gift will fuel UCF's College of Optics and Photonics' research in extreme ultraviolet Lithography, a process that computer chip manufacturers expect to begin using in about four years because it will allow for smaller, denser features to be imprinted on chips.
Deadly firestorms ravaged Southern California last year, but the much larger, denser, brush-clogged forests in the northern half of the state may provide a far greater conflagration this summer.
The water layers--warmer fresh water on top; cooler, denser gulf water beneath--restrict the re-supply of oxygen to the bottom.
The other textile work in the exhibition, the carpet piece Die Teestunde (Teatime), 1993, contains an even denser web of references that affect our reading of it.
The more swollen unbeaten Q(PO) final bleached pulps formed denser paper sheets with higher tensile strength and wet zero span strength.