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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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King Torus was visually the most impressive, but I thought his race took little winning, whereas Libranno looks the type who only just does enough.
This concern for alternate diagnoses, ones that would be educationally meaningful, was a foremost concern when TORUS was designed.
Mandibular torus. A synthesis of new and previously reported data and a discussion of its cause.
As for the change in management, Tobin says he is leaving as "the company entered the next stage of its development and this is the appropriate time." Tobin joined Torus in 2009 as CEO after working for a number of years at XL.
Will Mora, Managing Director of Torus Supply, said: "The acquisition has given us the opportunity to invest in the future of our company and to maximise the recruitment services we provide."
Torus National, earlier known as TIG Indemnity Co, is a subsidiary Torus Insurance Holdings Limited (Torus).
The patient was administered oroendotracheal general anesthesia, and she underwent a transnasal endoscopic excision of the torus tubarius lesion.
Torus palatinus (TP) is considered to be a non- neoplastic osseous bony growth, developmental in ori- gin present in the upper jaw.
One modification of the angiosperm pit membrane is its demarcation into a central impermeable torus surrounded by a screen-like margo (Ohtani and Ishida, 1978).
20 August 2010 - AM Best placed on Thursday under review with "positive" implications the B+(good) financial strength rating and the "bbb-" issuer credit rating on US Torus National Insurance Co.
Amazingly, more than a hundred years ago, mathematicians proved that every closed surface in space is simply some version of a sphere, a doughnut surface--which they call a torus--or a torus with extra holes.