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elevation

An orthographic (flattened;nonperspective) drawing of the various faces of a building, component, or improvement, showing examples of relevant details and something to indicate scale.One may have elevations of each side of a building,usually with a person standing nearby to illustrate scale; elevations of cabinets in kitchens or offices; or elevations of a storm sewer system showing a representation of the incline.

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Reception room one has a UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation.
Scientists project that, as mountain species move to higher elevations to escape rising global temperatures, they will face a consistent loss of territory--as well as an increase in resource competition--that all but ensures their eventual extinction.
Sampling areas have been taken as lower and upper elevations from 2 elevation levels and 8 samples of Phlomis taxa were collected.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- New research shows that elevation in an office building can increase someone's willingness to take financial risks because it makes people feel more powerful.
This species is usually found at elevations above 1,000 meters.
International Consolidated Companies Inc (OTC-QB: INCC), a company focused on acquiring and growing businesses that offer innovation, quality, and cost-efficient Cannabis technologies, has chosen Colorado based Premiere Elevations to license the St James Remedies brand for distribution in the Colorado state legal recreational marijuana market, it was reported yesterday.
Knowledge remains lacking regarding diversity and antagonistic activities against plant pathogenic microorganisms of actinobacteria in saxicolous lichens at different elevations.
Corrado et al., "ST segment elevations: always a marker of acute myocardial infarction?" Indian Heart Journal, vol.
Comparing the wild bee abundance among sampling events at all elevations, the highest abundance was from sampling number 2 with 199 individuals (21.3%), followed by sampling number 1 with 172 individuals (18.4%), sampling number 4 with 157 individuals (16.8%), sampling number 3 with 148 individuals (15.8%), sampling number 5 with 136 individuals (14.5%), and the lowest abundance was from sampling number 6 with 120 individuals (12.8%).
ST-segment elevation when seen on telemetry and confirmed on a 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) should alarm the physicians about the possibility of acute myocardial infarction, which warrants rapid intervention.
Based on results of this analysis, travel that is limited to elevations higher than 2,000 m (6,562 ft) above sea level is considered to have minimal (approximately 1%) likelihood for mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission, even within countries reporting active transmission.