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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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Operated exhaust fans in work area and increased outdoor supply air to occupied zones.
Reportedly, the Fiber Access Networks Work Area focuses on defining the requirements for fibre network architectures leveraging NG-PON2 and other PON technologies in order to accelerate service provider deployments and ensure interoperability across the vendor ecosystem.
The Cervalis Facilities currently comprise more than 500,000 gross square feet of space, including more than 130,000 colocation square feet and over 100,000 square feet of work area recovery space.
Nisa Jalil, Vice President of Public & Government Relations for PT RRC, said, "From the very beginning of the operation, PT RRC educated local communities living around our work area towards providing the seedlings which will be used in the replanting program.
A table or standing lamp with a full-spectrum (day-balanced) bulb helps counteract gloom in a work area.
Public employees generally don't have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their work area or office, whether they be in cubicles or otherwise,'' said Chief Deputy County Counsel Donovan Main.
Use of this system results in a virtually coolant-free process as the coolant evaporates almost completely in the work area.
Restrictions of the work area, like height, width and turning area, can't be overlooked when choosing a loader, says O'Keeffe.
work area, the random orbital sander from Dynabrade has the largest work area of art of the company's tools and can be used on several surfaces.
Census Bureau, the entire stale was the taxpayer's normal work area in applying Rev.
Hand-building and glazing are done outdoors in the shade--where the work area is more than adequate.
What happens, a lot of time, is the customer is giving us information that they don't know how to get from a thought process to their work area," he says.