Blockface

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Blockface

The side of a city block between two intersections. That is, if a block is a square, a blockface is one side of that square. The U.S. Census Bureau uses this designation.
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Ultrathin sections (30-90 nm) as well as block faces of the composite samples were obtained using a Leica Ultracut E microtome (Leica, Austria) equipped with a diamond knife (Diatome, Switzerland) at -120[degrees]C.
The block face surface was contacted without pressing with the diamond window of a Spectratech diamond micro-transmission cell and the IR spectrum of the extracted phase was recorded in transmission mode, using x15 Cassegrain objective.
The project will replace broken sidewalk on thirteen block faces, install accessible curb ramps at ten corners, and intsall sidewalk bump-outs on seven corners.
The optical fibers form a matrix between the two main surfaces of concrete block, connecting and directing light between the two block faces.
We provided histopathologic confirmation of low (normal) rates of prostatitis, no increased incidences or severities from BPA, and no evidence of extraneous tissue from examination of the prostate paraffin block faces and histology slides.
Blocks, in turn, are composed of block faces, defined as one side of a street between two consecutive features intersecting that street; the intersecting features can be other streets, geographic boundaries or limits of map tiles.
It will be interesting to see if Ronaldo and Adriano can play together, particularly now the new kid on the block faces the usual comparisons with the Real Madrid superstar after a spectacular goalscoring spree in the summer.
A linear four-storey block lines the street to the west; a short point block, also four storeys, turns the north-west corner; and the main curved six-storey block faces into the adjacent park.
The department's first job was to find the original monuments that defined the city's streets, offsets, and block faces.
But now Block faces a new level of scrutiny, a fate he accepted last year when he agreed to open his books to county auditors.