ground area


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ground area

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At 305 m (1000 ft) above ground level, the Canon cameras cover a ground area of 550 x 366 m (1800 x 1200 ft) with a pixel size of 10 cm, while the Nikon cameras cover a ground area of approximately 300 x 200 m (1000 x 660 ft) with a pixel size of 7 cm.
It would need lifts or escalators in addition to stairs, which would occupy considerable ground area, be subject to much vandalism and be expensive.
Also housing a substantial television compound, the new practice ground area completes a pounds 16m redevelopment at Celtic Manor which also saw the new Twenty Ten course and clubhouse open in 2007.
9 million and will have up to 1,681 parking lots covering a ground area of 5,300 square metres.
However, the ground area under an evergreen tree such as a pine, spruce, fir or hemlock is completely occupied with tree roots.
The largest ground area of any office building in the world is the Pentagon, Washington D.
Opponents of a planned 87-home subdivision in Concord's Broken Ground area have gone to court to challenge a zoning board decision to grant the developers a waiver to the city's open space rules.
The deviations in the ground area of a stroke of [+ or -]100 mm must be kept under 4 [micro]m.
The ground area that qualifies is too small in its geographical definition.
Then I moved on to the Troon Portland course, which is the practice ground area this week, which is actually the ladies' club here.
Cooper, president of the American company, who is now in London, says he is looking for a location with ground area of 200ft by 400ft, with the intention of erecting a building with as many storeys as the authorities will permit.
The comparison was made on price differences without taking into consideration other factors like floor and ground area, the agency said.