Large Span

Large Span

An ancient Egyptian unit of length approximately equivalent to 25 centimeters.
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The large span of land was once a battlefield, where, so many years ago, brave men laid down their lives to protect the land and honour of their ethnic group from invaders.
The fact that the region occupies a large span of tropical and sub-tropical regions contributes to its relative supremacy in the solar shading systems market.
We have seen, through the work with Electronic Multi-dose Dispensers (EMD) and medicine dispensers, that there is a large span in user needs for medicating support.
The large span of skylights needed a special steel structure that had to be lightweight as well.
However, two drawbacks of CSIPs are still noticeable when they are used as floors or large span roofs.
Zheng, "Discussion on technology of suspending and connecting for the RC bridge with an unusual large span," China Journal of Highway and Transport, vol.
Looking at performance metrics over a large span of time can reveal insights about how different variables can impact the performance and lifespan of an asset.
The historical and cultural remains of the area provide evidence about human activities covering a large span of time.
Moreover, for the 25-ft off-set, the failed zone at two adjacent intersections intersects and develops a large span of failed zone (Figure 2).
During the first millennium of the common era Jain monks produced three remarkable Prakrit works which scholarship has styled either "romances" or, more daringly, "novels." Satighadasa's Vasudevahindi, Haribhadra's Samaraiccakaha, and Uddyotanasuri's Kuvalayamala (KM) are all extended literary creations blending erotic, marvellous, and religious themes and employing sequences of embedded narratives and subnarratives which enable the authors to connect characters over a large span of rebirths.
Large span structures protection from progressive collapse while accidental actions, Modern Industrial and Civil Engineering 4(3): 129-134.
India, June 24 -- Geodesic Techniques, a pioneer and leading provider of steel intensive structures in India, today outlined its aggressive plan to reinforce and build on its leadership position in the design and build of large span, pre-engineered, and steel-intensive structures.