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low-rise

Usually a one- to four-story commercial building. The meaning changes depending on custom and usage in a particular market.

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Low-rise buildings with 25-plus units reported a 2.
On the win, Mohammed Rashed Bin Dhabeah, the CEO of Limitless, said: "We thank the real estate professionals involved in these prestigious awards for recognising and acknowledging Zagorodny Kvartal as the best in low-rise living.
As a part of the multi-lingual safety campaign, Experience Is Not Enough, inspectors are also distributing more than 10,000 educational flyers at hundreds of low-rise sites, encouraging workers to take proper precautions on the job site.
The guru, pictured right with Jody Jameson, said: "In fact, low-rise jeans are difficult to wear for most women, because they are always falling down and create a muffin top even if you don't have one.
Besides, the additional costs arising from facilities like lifts, larger common areas and equipment maintenance are saved in the case of low-rise development.
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Machine operating rates have been improved to more efficiently bring down low-rise and medium-height buildings.
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Increasingly, industrial conversions are becoming an attractive option to creative Southern California firms that prefer a stand-alone, low-rise building that can reflect the unique culture of their company,'' says Cushman & Wakefield's Ted Simpson, who represented Activision in the transaction.
Here's what's really undermining modern marriage: soap operas, wedding planning, longer work days, reality TV, low-rise pants, mothers-in-law, Victoria's Secret catalogs, going to bed mad, the billable hour, and selfishness"
Be prepared to comparison shop: Today, dancers can choose from a dizzying array of high- and low-rise slip-ons, split-sole jazz sneakers, shoes with rubber or suede soles, neoprene arch supports, mesh insoles, and even shock absorbers.