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Tenement

An apartment building, especially a shoddy or poorly maintained one. A tenement may only meet the minimum standards for the owner to rent its units legally.
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Duketon has granted Regis the gold rights over M38/1252 tenement under a Gold Rights Deed.
Aeon Metals's tenements are prospective for Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Lead, Zinc, Molybdenum and Silver.
Architectural and social historian Violette spotlights tenements (3,000 buildings) in Boston and New York in the nineteenth century.
With the exception of the Maricunga JV, all tenements are 100% owned by LPI or LPSA (including rights to the Centenario tenement which is the subject of review by the Argentinian mining authorities).
Magalong said single detached houses are no longer feasible in the city because of inadequate land space, and informal settlers must learn to accept the idea of living in tenement houses.
The 2018 edition was played out in various venues across the city, but now the Tenement Trail is set for an East end takeover, this autumn, on Saturday October 12.
Residents of FB Tenement, a pillar of the late President Diosdado Macapagal's program to expand housing options to the slums, had been ordered to leave the 1960s structure, which had been condemned.
I've worked closely with Tenement Trail throughout the booking process and they have followed their ethos of bringing the most exciting breaking artists in the UK to Glasgow.
Founded in 1988 by Ruth Abram, the museum fields 250,000 visitors per year and brings to life the stories of working class immigrants who lived in the tenement at 97 Orchard St.
In fact, some of the most famous figures in sport, entertainment and literature were raised in tenements. SIR ALEX FERGUSON Considered one of the best football managers of all time, Ferguson grew up in a tenement on Glasgow's Govan Road.
Each community had its own schools, churches, youth clubs and picture houses Tenement homes created cherished neighbours Always there for one another, especially in tough times There was an abundance of local pubs, too In fact one on every corner Looking back life seemed so Uncomplicated then for us kids Until the demise of tenement living began Neighbours left in their droves for pastures new feet may have walked away from the old neighbourhoods Yet hearts never do, they store life's treasured memories of youth Spent in and around the tenements of our city in the old neighbourhoods by Margaret Donnelly,
The housing complexes have been completed by the Urban Development Authority (UDA) as part of its ongoing program to relocate tenement settlements in the city under the Urban Regeneration Project.