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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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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.
Even the aesthetics of the shoe takes from the tenements.
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.
Under the terms of the agreement, AngloGold can earn a 51% participating interest in the tenements by funding project expenditure of not less than A$15 million, of which at least A$6 million must be spent on the Lake Carey tenements, within four years.
AngloGold to spend up to A$25m over a six year period exploring Saracens Butcher Well and Lake Carey tenements, part of Carosue Dam North (excludes Red October and Deep South mines), AngloGold can earn up to 70% of the JV by spending:A$15m within 48 months from commencement date to earn 51% (of which at least A$6m must be applied in respect to the Lake Carey Tenements); and A further A$10m within 24 months thereafter to earn 70% AngloGold will be the Manager during the Farm-in Period AngloGold may withdraw from the project and the Agreement at any time during the farm?
SIR ALEX FERGUSON Considered one of the best football managers of all time, Ferguson grew up in a tenement on Glasgow's Govan Road.
The new tenement E52/2993, (formerly E52/1851, E52/2163 & E52/2412), consisting of 18 sub blocks is located in close proximity to its current holdings in the Peak Hill mining district.
Based on these health and safety concerns, New York City enacted the Tenement House Act of 1867, which included a number of improvements such as the prohibition of basement apartments (which were plagued by flooding) and requirements for fire escapes, one water closet per 20 residents and windows in each room.
Huchzermeyer has produced an empirically rich, robust comparison of two cities seldom placed on the same comparative plane, Berlin and Nairobi, with a focus, obviously, on the phenomenon of tenement housing.
A stroll in Central park and visit to lower east Side tenement Museum (www.
The Tenement Museum at 97 Orchard Street is a living monument to immigrant life on the Lower East Side during the mid-1800s through the 1930s, and in this video The Real Deal looks at the museum's new visitor center and explore how apartment life has changed over the years.
8 billion metric tons at its Galilee tenement in Queensland state.